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Biting the Rotten Apple: Taking on Foxconn (Aug 2012)

2012-09-08 - SACOM

Biting the rotten Apple: Taking on Foxconn
Jenny Chan talks about her campaigning with workers in China

Worker empowerment: HP supplier factories in South China

2012-07-26 - SACOM
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Electronics: There is still a long way – Interview with Jenny Chan on employment law training at HP’s suppliers in China.

Labour Rights Training at HP Supplier Factories in China

2012-07-14 - SACOM
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This chapter argues that participatory training in labour rights is a complementary strategy in relation to supplier auditing in advancing CSR.

Minimum wage is not simply an economic issue, Stupid!

2006-10-01 - oiwan
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Author/ Ah Yeah
The issue of legislation on minimum wage has drawn people's attention after a series of activities organized by the Civil Alliance for Minimum Wage. The alliance launched a 30-hours hunger strike in Causeway Bay last week. On Sunday, University Student's Grassroots Concern Group went to Sun Hung Kai Centre to protest against the contractor of cleaning services who exploited janitors. The alliance held a forum on Sai Yeung Choi Street, Mongkok on Sunday afternoon (September 17). Speakers from different sectors discussed the problem of legislation on minimum wage.

The rural migrants know better than us

2006-08-17 - chong
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In response to oiwan's letter, I would like to make some remarks on the situation of Chinese rural migrant workers. The China government recently collaborated with international NGO, including ILO, to produce a TV drama series about the success story of rural migrant labor in Sichuan province. During my field study of the Chinese rural migrants, I met a lot of small business owners. Many see it as the only way out of the difficult situations as a cheap labor in the "World Factory". I haven't watched that TV drama series but I doubt if it is necessary for the government and NGOs to encourage the migrants to run small business.

Stop Merge! FSC Officer Received IBT Union Petition

2006-08-14 - torrent
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在北商銀總部前抗議On Father's Day, trade union members of International Bank of Taipei(IBT)were demonstrating outside the IBT head office, the usual holiday atmosphere disappeared.

IBT betrayed its earlier promise and merged the company with SinoPac Holding.It would probably result in the layoff of workers.

A Hundred of IBT Union members requested the Financial Supervisory Commission(FSC), i.e.the national finance managment authority, to receive the trade union's petition.

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