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A good video highlighting one of the critical issues in the exploitation of migrant workers -- recruitment costs This article adds more information surrounding it.
Palm oil products from Malaysian conglomerate Sime Darby have been banned from the USA on account of forced labour in the company's processes.
As Singapore's economy revved up after the lockdown, more workers died. Five were killed in the last two weeks alone.
Banned from selling to the US, Top Glove has to compensate its migrant workers, losing half of 2019 after-tax profit as a result.
There's an across-the-board fall in the number of low-wage migrant workers in Singapore through the first six months of 2020. Even domestic workers.
Head of Covid-19 Task Force Lawrence Wong says salaries should be paid. MOM says no need to pay.
An engineer floated the concept of building mega-dormitories over the sea, each with a "small-town centre", to minimise migrant workers' entry into our downtown and Singaporean spaces. What do we say to that?
News flash: Between 16 and 22 April, nearly 94% of new Covid-19 infections were reported from worker dormitories. S11 in Punggol is by far the largest cluster.