This might give someone an opportunity to make some money with a small business - should someone wish to brave the already huge and sometimes nearly insurmountable bureacracy that is the government here.
I wonder if we will start to see, in a couple of years maybe, many small cleaning businesses start to spring up - maid services. I know there are at least a few already - those will grow, but I bet there will be a burgeoning market for more.
The small businesses, of course, would insulate the clients from the claims of their maids. The maids will now be paying taxes, which is probably what Cristina is looking for in all this (I doubt she actually has the good of the workers in mind). There will be fewer people hiring maids, but there won't be a huge loss of jobs - the maids will just be taking a lot less home in pay. As usual, the high burden will be placed on those who can less afford it and have less ability to escape the necessity to pay taxes.
It also takes more independence away from the people who already work their asses off for a living and puts more money in the government's coffers. Next will be handymen, lawn maintenance, etc.