Care workers are exploited in Romania, according to a new investigation by News24.
In an attempt to uncover more details about how care workers are treated, we spoke to a team of Romanian care workers who say they are paid less than the national average and who have faced abuse and neglect by Romanian authorities.
We also spoke to two care workers in Bucharest, who said they were paid less in 2016 than they received in 2015.
Care workers often work in remote locations where they cannot contact their families or are required to wear a mask or face cover to protect themselves from the sun.
This makes them vulnerable to the elements, and their wages are often insufficient.
A care worker in Buchava says the cost of food, rent and medical care is often insufficient, with some families struggling to afford it.
The care worker also said that she is unable to access health care due to the lack of a proper insurance system.
The health care workers interviewed by News 24 said that care workers often find themselves working at home in rural areas where they can not access health services and cannot afford basic items.
One care worker said that her employer had refused to pay her wages and medical expenses since 2015.
She told us that when she was forced to work in the field, she was unable to leave her home and was constantly harassed by her employer.
This is when the care workers said they began to complain about their treatment by Romanian officials.
The workers said that they were also denied access to public transportation.
Many of the care worker care workers told us about the lack, or even lack of, access to health care and their struggles to pay for it.
Some care workers reported that the Romanian government does not pay for their wages and health insurance, leaving them unable to afford basic needs like food.
According to a report by the European Commission, Romania has a high rate of unpaid wages and is the most corrupt country in Europe.
According, Romanian officials do not pay wages, and there is a high level of abuse of migrant workers.
The report also stated that there is widespread exploitation of migrant care workers by private contractors who often work for private companies without any government supervision.
The Care Workers’ Union of Romania, a leading union representing Romanian care employees, told News 24 that care providers are vulnerable to discrimination because they do not have access to government-funded benefits.
The union says that it has been fighting for better conditions for care workers and the rights of migrant domestic workers for decades.
The Union of Care Workers in Romania says that Romania has the highest number of unpaid domestic workers in Europe, with a higher number of migrant and foreign workers working in the country.
Many care workers report that their wages do not meet basic needs and that they are underpaid.
Care Workers and their Families The care workers we spoke with said that the majority of care workers live in rural regions.
Care work is a common practice in these regions, where they often live on small plots of land.
They say that care work is an important and necessary profession in these rural areas, but many care workers do not speak Romanian, which often leads to difficulty in getting work.
Many migrant care providers also do not take care of the needs of their domestic workers, as they do the same in their work in Romania.
Care professionals in rural Romania are often forced to live on the streets, because there is no other source of income.
They often do not know the language and do not feel comfortable working outside the home, which can lead to emotional and physical abuse.
The lack of legal protection in Romania means that migrant domestic caregivers in rural communities are at greater risk of abuse.
Care providers in Romania have been forced to report abuses to the police, but they often cannot access help due to fear of retribution.
A Careworker in Buchavia told us she was repeatedly harassed by Romanian police officers in 2016.
According an investigation conducted by the International Labor Rights Forum, more than 3,000 domestic care workers have been arrested and held in Romanian prisons since 2014.
The NGO has said that this is a record high number of arrests in Romania for care worker cases, and it is likely that some domestic care work workers are still in prison.
Romanian authorities have not responded to the IHRF’s requests for comment about the abuse and exploitation of care professionals by Romanian government officials.
Some migrant care professionals are also subject to abuse, harassment and deportation.
A migrant care worker told us he has faced deportation for having a conversation with his employer in his native language, as well as for being in a position where he is not able to provide a proper health care to his patients.
The migrant worker said he has also experienced police brutality, including being hit with batons and pepper spray while walking through the streets of his village.
The local police chief was fired for his role in the abuse of domestic care providers.
The Ministry of Labor has stated that migrant care work does not fall under their jurisdiction.
However, the Ministry of Education and Culture has confirmed that it is