At first she said was enthusiastic in her role of helping process tens of thousands of migrants arriving in Germany on a weekly basis.
Now, she says she is disillusioned, disheartened and on the verge of quitting due to demands and sexual harrassment.
…if I am honest, working with 90 per cent of them is rather awkward and unfortunately not as I previously thought.”First of all, many of them are extremely demanding. They come to me and ask to get an apartment and a fancy car and, best of all, even a really good job for them.”If I try to explain to them that’s not possible, they are often noisy or even really aggressive.
…some of them do not respect women at all. They accept that we’re there but they don’t take us seriously at all.
“If I tell them or give them a statement, as a woman they barely listen to me, dismiss it as irrelevant and just contact one of our male colleagues.
…”They rarely stick to things that have been agreed. They don’t show up for medical appointments that have been made for them…. This happened so often that doctors asked us not to schedule any more appointments.“