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7 April 2020
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Author: El Salto Diario (España)

“Una proveedora de Nike encabeza las masivas suspensiones laborales en las maquilas de Honduras”, 3 de abril de 2020...

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Report
2 April 2020

Japan: Industry initiative publishes declaration on responsible recruitment and working conditions of foreign workers

Author: The Global Alliance for Sustainable Supply Chain

"The Tokyo Declaration on the Responsible Acceptance of Foreign Workers in Japan"...

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Article
20 March 2020

Jaguar Land Rover follows other major European & US car-makers, suspending UK operations amid COVID-19 concerns

Author: Financial Times

"Jaguar Land Rover to suspend operations at all UK plants", 19 March 2020...

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Article
16 March 2020

Japan: Trading companies lag far behind international human rights standards, Human Rights Now report reveals

Author: Human Rights Now

"HRN Releases Report: “Japanese Trading Companies: Measures for Human Rights Lag Far Behind International Standards”", 12 March 2020...

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Article
9 March 2020

Japan: Switch to merit-based pay dampens efforts to raise wages

Author: Reuters

"Japan's efforts to raise wages wane as firms embrace merit-based pay", 11 Feb 2020...

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Article
14 January 2020

Nigeria: 43 % of children involved in various forms of child labor, despite international conventions banning it

Author: Ifiok Ettang, Voice of America

‘Child Labor Still Prevalent in Nigeria, Despite Legislative Efforts’ 14 January 2020...

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Company response
9 December 2019

Response by Toyota

Author: Toyota

Toyota is conducting a limited pilot test on wearable technology at one of our US plants.  The test is scheduled to conclude in December. The intent of the pilot is to improve and inform team member safety and ergonomics. We are not measuring or...

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Article
9 December 2019

USA: Concerns raised that devices to prevent unsafe movements & prevent injury could be used to track productivity

Author: Joshua Brustein, Bloomberg

"Warehouses Are Tracking Workers’ Every Muscle Movement", 5 November 2019...

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Article
9 December 2019

USA: Biometric devices to improve warehouse safety raise concerns over use of data to measure productivity

Author: Aaron Holmes, Business Insider

"Warehouses are making workers wear biometric harnesses that track their movements on the job", 6 November 2019...

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Story
26 November 2019

USA: Companies respond to surveillance concerns that biometric safety devices may be monitoring warehouse workers' productivity

 In November 2019, it was reported that Walmart, Toyota, Heineken and Geodis are testing biometric workplace safety monitoring devices in their warehouses and fulfilment centres in the USA. The devices - made by StrongArm technologies - track workers'...

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