Monday, August 1, 2011

Beach clubs’ policies on domestic workers


Even more controversial than the rising prices are beach clubs’ policies on domestic workers and nannies.

Domestic workers are generally admitted to resorts under conditions specifying how they dress and behave on the premises.

A handful of resorts also don’t require entrance fees for workers, on the condition that they don’t swim.

At La Guava domestic workers are charged about the same price as children while at Bamboo Bay they are not allowed to swim or sit on the lounge chairs, and at Tabarja’s Aqua Marina 2, they must remain in an area set aside for them alone.


Full article: Beachgoers battle rising prices, admission policies - The Daily Star

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