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10 September 2019

USA: Meat & poultry workers experience dangerous working conditions & high rates of injury; incl. company responses

Author: Human Rights Watch

Trump administration policies threaten to worsen the already dangerous conditions for meatpacking workers in the United States, Human Rights Watch said... [The report]... describes alarmingly high rates of serious injury and chronic illness among...

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20 May 2019
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Author: RTS (Suisse)

« Privés de pauses-toilettes, des salariés américains portent des couches », 13 mai 2019 ...

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18 May 2016

USA: Oxfam report finds poultry workers forced to wear nappies as they are denied adequate toilet breaks & suffer danger to health

  The findings are the result of hundreds of interviews with line workers from some of the largest poultry processing companies in the USA, including Tyson Foods, Pilgrim's, and Perdue.

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5 November 2015

"Lives on the line": Oxfam report documents poor working conditions in the US poultry industry

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8 May 2015

Ceres ranks food companies on managing water risk

Ceres' Feeding Ourselves Thirsty report evaluates 37 food companies on their water use, stewardship and policies, including the right to access to water. The report provides recommendations for how investment analysts can more effectively evaluate...

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13 February 2008

Worker abuse documented -- yet again -- in the South's poultry industry [USA]

Author: Charlotte Observer, in Facing South [USA]

The next time you pick up a House of Raeford product at the grocery store…you should stop and think about the human suffering...[T]he Charlotte Observer is featuring an investigative series titled "The Cruelest Cuts," examining the plight of workers...

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23 June 2006

Tyson wins 'donning and doffing' case brought by workers [USA]

Author: Food Production Daily

A federal jury in Philadelphia has ruled in favor of Tyson Foods this week in a wage dispute brought to court by workers against one of the company’s poultry processing plants, bringing some hope to companies caught up in "donning and doffing" cases ...

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