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[PDF] Labour relations and rights: risking lawsuits, boycotts and blacklisting

Growing pressure from consumers and other stakeholders for responsible behaviour by corporates on labour rights and conditions suggests that companies should prepare for far greater scrutiny on ethical performance... ]C]ompanies who fail to meet both legal and ethical standards are increasingly at risk of lawsuits, boycotts and blacklisting [refers to Drummond, Wal-Mart, Coca-Cola, Cosan, Lidl]