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In December 2018, workers of factories W&D (Cambodia) and Seduno Investment Cambo Fashion began a mass strike in and around Phnom Penh citing fears that their employers were planning on circumventing a new government directive to pay - and backpay ...
Author: Jenna Greene, Blog of Legal Times [USA]
It's been a good week in court for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, with…wins in two proceedings involving cases of systemic discrimination, a top priority under the EEOC's new strategic enforcement plan. On January 15, the U.S. Court...
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Author: Ann Zimmerman and Kris Maher, Wall Street Journal
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is mobilizing its store managers and department supervisors around the country to warn that if Democrats win power in November, they'll likely…[pass the Employee Free Choice Act] to make it easier for workers to unionize companies…...
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Author: Compiled by the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
On 1 July 2008 SweatFree Communities released a report called “Subsidizing Sweatshops” which alleged severe human rights violations in factories used by companies that supply public employee uniforms to the USA federal government. The report makes...
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Author: SweatFree Communities
U.S. states, cities, and counties are inadvertently using millions of taxpayer dollars to purchase goods from companies engaged in serious human rights and labor violations, according to a first-of-its-kind report released today by SweatFree...