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No Disrespectful Marketing
11-09-2014, 09:57 AM,
#1
No Disrespectful Marketing
Straits Times reported today that MOM sent maid agencies a letter in July advising them to treat maids with respect in their advertisements. They are reminded not to:
- market maids like merchandise
- emphasizing cheap fees or discount rates
- display bio-data in the windows
- have maids sit outside like commodities

This was in response to a Al Jaeera report in June that maids were marketed or displayed like commodities by some Singapore agencies.

However, migrant worker welfare groups raised concerns about agencies still had maids doing household chores in mock living rooms visible from the outside, ostensibly for training purpose. They also stressed the need to look beyond the surface for deeper change.
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10-05-2018, 07:59 PM,
#2
RE: No Disrespectful Marketing
Digital advertising is becoming more and more disrespectful. Brands need to understand that the customer encounter starts with advertising. At the point when buyers feel harassed, they'll begin revolting and quit reacting. Additionally, advertisers need to university assignment writing service recollect that they are consumers themselves. Their objective ought to be to help individuals, not dog them.
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25-05-2018, 02:40 PM,
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RE: No Disrespectful Marketing
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