Feb 6, 2018

taking humanity out of the work-place

The City of Modiin Ilit has published its tzniyus rules for its employees. The list of rules is interesting.

Some are making a big deal of their demand that women sit in the back of any transportation vehicles. I'll skip that for now as I find other items in the list far more interesting.

Some of the items include:
 * male and female employees not talking to each other at all after work hours, even about work-related issues
 * even during work male and female employees should not talk to each other about anything other than work-related issues
 * male and female employees should not call each other by their personal names but only by family names, preferably with honorifics, such as Mr Mrs Rabbi, etc
 * a manager wishing to praise an employee for a job well done can praise the work but not the person
 * families of employees cannot get together- no shared meals or trips together, etc.
 * no providing any service or favor for another employee, not including if it is someone's turn to do something for the entire office or department, etc
 *  women should not go to work in nice clothes but only in regular clothes that adhere to the rules of the halach
 * if someone makes a simcha unless the entire office is invited, any specific invited employee should not attend (even with his or her spouse, even if the event is completely gender-separate)
sources: Kikar, TOI

they are basically taking away the humanity of the people and the work-place. No talking, no doing favors, no sharing simchas, etc



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8 comments:

  1. Charedi == Charud L'dvar Hakanoim.

    Modiin is ruled by a Jewish Taliban. Will women be forbidden to leave the home unescorted, next?

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  2. Could make things interesting if your coworker is a spouse or chavrusa.

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    1. One my of my co-workers is a female Gerrer Chassid. I have this yetzer hara to tell her that she is lucky that I am not her husband, otherwise we would not be able to talk about whatever we are working on.

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  3. Mostly Halacha with some Harchakos thrown in. Stupid Jews trying to set up Gedarim. Don't they know that G-d hates safeguards

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  4. Guess they've reached the point of 'cookoo, cookoodarikoo! It appears most everywhere we have the inmates running the asylum!

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  5. Written by people who have never worked.

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  6. This is obviously a bad joke. Perhaps Purim Torah a bit early.

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