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10 August 2019

Myanmar worker dies at Seoul underground construction project during a torrential downpour

Author: Zaw Zaw Htwe, Myanmar Times

"Myanmar worker dies at Seoul construction site", 2 August 2019 The Myanmar embassy in Seoul is working to repatriate the body of a Myanmar national who died at a construction site in the South Korean capital, an official from the embassy told The Mya...

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2 August 2019

South Korea: Hyundai Motors workers vote to strike after failed wage negotiations

Author: Kim Jee-Hee, Korea Joongang Daily

"Workers in the Hyundai Motor union vote to strike", 1 August 2019...

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30 July 2019
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29 July 2019

Enemies of the State?

Author: Global Witness

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16 July 2019

South Korea: New law preventing workplace harassment takes effect

Author: Yonhap, Korea Herald

“Workplace anti-bullying law takes effect”, 16 July 2019...

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10 July 2019

Samsung statement in response to investigative series alleging labour abuses in factories

Author: Samsung

"Samsung's Commitment to Our Workers in Global Operations", 10 July 2019...

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8 July 2019

Samsung's response to Sherpa case

Author: Samsung Electronics

... We are aware of the legal complaint against Samsung... We are disputing its validity, and cannot comment further on the content of the investigation since this is an ongoing proceeding. We wish to remove any ambiguity created by the word “indicted”...

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4 July 2019

France: Samsung Electronics indicted for misleading advertising re. alleged labour abuses & child labour in China, S. Korea & Vietnam

Samsung Electronics is facing charges over alleged labour abuses and child labour in France following a complaint filed by Sherpa and ActionAid France on 25 June 2018 against Samsung France and its parent company in South Korea. ActionAid and Sherpa h...

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4 July 2019
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3 July 2019

South Korea: Encouraging men to take parental leave is the first step towards gender equality at work, according to feminist scholar

Author: Ock Hyun-ju, Korea Herald

 “Men taking parental leave first step to reducing gender inequality”, 2 July 2019...

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