Sweatshop (or sweat factory) is a pejorative term for a workplace that has harsh/poor (socially unacceptable) working conditions. The work may be difficult, dangerous ...
Sweatshops. Sweatshops are work environments that possess three major characteristics — long hours, low pay, and unsafe or unhealthy working conditions.
The sad reality is that the United States government remains the country's largest low wage job creator. All those Senators tromping through New Hampshire ...
Tang Yinghong was caught in an impossible squeeze. For years, his employer, Ningbo Beifa Group, had prospered as a top supplier of pens, mechanical pencils ...
Sweatshops and child labor are a growing problem, particularly in clothing and textiles. And many popular agricultural products, from coffee to bananas to cut flowers ...
Allegations. Nike has been accused of using sweatshops since the early 1970s, when it produced goods in South Korea, People's Republic of China and Taiwan.
Sweatshops: includes information about sweatshops, child labor and what we can do to help. Also includes a list of fair trade stores.
Sweatshops are the norm in the global apparel industry. We're standing up to change that. 2012-2015 has seen some of the largest garment industry disasters on global ...
Lists of Brands That Use Sweatshops. The International Labor Rights Forum notes that numerous companies with leading brands rely on sweatshop labor. A 2008 "New York ...
Sweatshops are work environments that possess three major characteristics—long hours, low pay, and unsafe or unhealthy working conditions.