A good video highlighting one of the critical issues in the exploitation of migrant workers -- recruitment costs This article adds more information surrounding it.
Baying for blood is easy. Looking unflinchingly at how regulatory policies and priorities contributed to the torture and killing of a domestic worker would be more positive.
The killing of a domestic worker behind closed doors must compel us to reckon with the concept of live-in domestic help. Live-out arrangements have many benefits.
With migrant workers still confined to their dormitories, TWC2 holds a carnival near a cluster of dorms to cheer them up and offer any help they need.
The European Union is moving towards legislation requiring companies to report on labour abuses in their supply chain, including subcoontractors.
This documentary about human trafficking may be about Kuwait but the specific factors enabling the problem have parallels in Singapore too. Don't be smug.
An example of an employer trying to benefit from lower levy while slashing the wages of an employee to a ridiculous pittance.
Reflections on the pandemic: how helping workers with small essential needs reveals their vulnerabilities and the injustices they suffer.
There are many possible measures for reducing recruitment fees, say this research report. Contains deep analyses of rationale and feasibility.
From 1 January 2021, employers must purchase insurance (at least $10,000) against the risk of the worker developing Covid-19 within 14 days of arrival.