The whole world as we know is facing something unprecedented, something that none of us, our friends and colleagues, our employees and employers, and even our governments have faced. 

In these times, we sometimes need to be flexible and adopt solutions that we did not think of before, that are new to all of us. This requires a high sense of adaptation. The good news is that, being a migrant domestic worker, you might already master the art of adaptation. You live and work in a foreign country, you listen and speak a foreign language, you often face heavy workload with limited time off and you learn how to best meet unfamiliar employers’ expectations. That’s A LOT to adapt to but YOU also have a lot of STRENGTHS that you have exercised and solidified over the years!