What happens when labor is cheap
That would not be the case in America. At least for anyplace we could afford to live at.
But you see, they make about $60 or $80 a month. Yes, a month.
It's such a complex set of factors - if they made more, the other staff would need to make more, etc. A house of cards. I don't like it but am in some way part of the crime.
Several of my employees have full-time live-in employees who work 12 hours a day, 7 days a week. For about $50 a month. (They do have free room & board.)
We try to be generous where and when we can.
(By the way, note Gideon's broom - all natural! And it's another cost-saving measure.)