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7 December 2018

Malaysia: Glovemaker vows to improve working conditions for migrant workers

Author: Beh Lih Yi, Reuters

"World's top glovemaker vows clean-up as migrant workers toil in Malaysia factories", 6 December 2018...

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7 December 2018

Malaysia: Medical and rubber glove manufacturers accused of labour abuses

Malaysian glove manufacturers have been accused of mistreating workers, allegedly subjecting migrant workers to forced labour, forced overtime, debt bondage, withheld wages and passport confiscation. The glove manufacturers, who supply medical and...

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23 November 2018

Australia: Telecom workers sue workforce management co. alleging sham contracting, underpayment

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Article
20 November 2018
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Author: Ressources Humaines Sans Frontières

« Prévenir le travail forcé par le recrutement équitable »...

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19 November 2018

Malaysia: investigation finds recruitment fees charged to migrant workers in Samsung's supply chain

A report from The Guardian reveals recruitment fees charged to migrant workers, and the withholding of workers' passports, at Samsung's suppliers in Malaysia. Workers are reportedly afraid to speak out about their working conditions, for fear of...

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Company response
19 November 2018

Samsung's response

Author: Samsung

 "Samsung Electronics’ reply to the Guardian article (November 8th 2018) on Malaysia"...

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Article
8 November 2018

Investigation finds recruitment fees paid by migrant workers in Samsung's supply chain in Malaysia

Author: The Guardian

"Samsung should try imagining a world where big firms respect workers", 8 November 2018 Two years ago, I travelled to Malaysia to investigate the treatment of...foreign migrants working at Samsung. Samsung...announced improved guidelines for the recru...

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Story
9 October 2018

Polaris release report: "A Roadmap for Systems and Industries to Prevent and Disrupt Human Trafficking"

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Company response
6 October 2018

Adecco Group's response

Author: Adecco Group

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the company to respond to claims of labour rights abuses, in particular, reliance on insecure casual employment arrangements, unsustainable pressure to meet performance targets and inadequate...

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Article
26 September 2018

3 US workers file lawsuit against India's largest IT outsourcing co. alleging discrimination based on race & national origin

Author: Jochelle Mendonca, Economic Times

"3 US citizens sue TCS for alleged employment discrimination", 25 Sep 2018...

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