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New Zealand: New report reveals unsafe work conditions for Filipino workers on farms

"Report reveals farm conditions faced by Filipino workers", 19 August 2017

...A new report, authored by former MP Sue Bradford and commissioned by the Union Network of Migrants, has highlighted concerns about health and safety, and employment standards, for Filipino migrants working in the dairy industry...

The report is based on interviews with...Filipino migrants working on dairy farms... New Zealand workers also raised concerns and said they often worked 20-hour days and used heavy machinery without proper breaks or time off...

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