Today, many well-off people have helpers at home: housekeepers, nannies, drivers, security guards, etc.

Different relationships develop between employers and employees.

It happens that the newly-made rich think of themselves as feudal lords (bays) and treat the workers as serfs: arrogant, disdainful, consider them second-class people.

Others treat the assistants almost like family members: respectful, friendly, warm.

The same two behaviors are demonstrated by each of us in everyday life in relation to sellers, waiters, security guards, etc., as well as subordinates in the service.

Based on this, I can safely say: show me how you talk to the service staff or to those below you, and I will tell you who you are.

It is not for nothing that they say: “The greatness of a person’s soul is determined by his attitude to small people.”

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