Labor Exploitation

Unsafe working conditions, forced labor, poverty wages. Public companies are often exposed to exploitative labor through their suppliers and partners if not directly, and these practices occur across industries from high tech to agriculture.



Stories


Google Fires 4 Workers Active in Labor Organizing

SAN FRANCISCO - Google on Monday fired four employees who had been active in labor organizing at th…

12 months

Amazon's Own Numbers Reveal Staggering Injury Rates at Staten Island Warehouse

Since opening in September 2018, Amazon's massive fulfillment center on New York's Staten Island ha…

12 months

McDonald’s to Pay $26 Million to Settle Wage Suit

McDonald's Corp. agreed to pay $26 million to settle a long-running labor dispute over allegations …

12 months

Google Hires Anti-Union Consulting Firm

Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Google has hired an anti-union consulting firm…

1 year

Ford's UAW members vote to ratify new four-year contract

DETROIT (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union said on Friday that rank-and-file members at Ford…

1 year

4-Day Workweek Boosted Workers' Productivity By 40%, Microsoft Japan Says

Workers at Microsoft Japan enjoyed an enviable perk this summer: working four days a week, enjoying…

1 year

UAW members approve labor deal to end strike with GM; union selects Ford next

Some of the UAW's 48,000 members are expected to return to work as early as Saturday, showing GM is…

1 year

Why Are Workers On Strike In A Strong Economy

At first glance, it may seem like a paradox: Even as the economy rides a 10-year winning streak, te…

1 year, 1 month

G.M. Strike’s Economic Toll Is Showing: ‘I Might Lose the Business’

The truck drivers at Phoenix Transit & Logistics in Dearborn, Mich., are long gone. Around thre…

1 year, 1 month

Talks to End G.M. Strike Take ‘Turn for the Worse,’ U.A.W. Says

General Motors and the striking United Auto Workers hit a roadblock in contract talks on Sunday ove…

1 year, 1 month

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Stop Enabling Incarceration and Migrant Detention

End business activities enabling incarceration and migrant detention in the U.S. and globally.

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Pepsico, Inc.
End Ties to Companies With Human Rights Violations

Pepsico should cut ties with Indofood after it exited the Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil due to its human rights violations

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Support Amazon Employees' Right To Unionize

Amazon warehouse workers face grueling working conditions and should have the right to unionize so as to protect their wellbeing.

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Abercrombie & Fitch: Be aware of working condition

Tell A&F to conduct regular safety checks to its manufacturer sub contractors in Bengladesh. They are still accountable even when sub contracting!

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