Dhaka, June 19 -- Most migrant Bangladeshi women domestic helps remain unpaid, even though they are being forced to take up extra workload amid the Covid-19 outbreak worldwide.

According to a study by BNSK, about 76 per cent of the women migrants who returned home during the Coronavirus pandemic did not get full wage from their employers.

But their workload has increased by 62 per cent due to lockdown, found the Bangladesh Nari Sramik Kendra (BNSK) study.

On the other hand, it said only 22 per cent workers said they received meals regularly.

The study interviewed three types of respondents--- women migrant returned before and during Covid pandemic and working women migrants.

The surveyed working women workers are staying in Saudi Ara...