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Companies paying above the federal minimum wage find reward in happier teams, better reputations & stronger bottom-line, study finds
Author: Irit Tamir, Conscious Company Media
"Why Living Wages Should Matter to Your Business," 19 October 2017...
USA: Businesses & migrant organisations partner to help war refugees find work & start new life in Chicago
Author: Deb Amos, OPB (USA)
"Refugees Resettled In Chicago Help Make Its Most Famous Cheesecake", 3 Jan 2016...
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KnowTheChain: Ranking of 20 food & beverage companies on efforts to address forced labour in the supply chain
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Author: [editorial] New York Times (USA)
In 2014,...a Senate report found that many federal contractors had been repeatedly cited for cheating, harassing and injuring their employees... Federal contracting is a $500-billion-a-year business, and federal labor law includes 14 different...
Blog: Business & human rights courses will influence firms to fill governance gaps & not disregard societal impacts
Author: Caroline Kaeb and David Scheffer, Principles for Responsible Management Education, in Opinio Juris
"The Corporate Joust with Morality," 6 Jun 2016...
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Author: Roberto A. Ferdman, Washington Post
A new report by Oxfam America...alleges that poultry industry workers are "routinely denied breaks to use the bathroom" in order to optimize the speed of production. In some cases, according to the group, the reality is so oppressive that workers ...
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.
Author: Shruti Singh, Bloomberg (USA)
Workers in plants run by the largest U.S. poultry producers are regularly being denied bathroom breaks and as a result some are reduced to wearing diapers while working on the processing line, Oxfam America said in a report Wednesday. “It’s not just...