Its always a case of how much risk is a worker willing to accept for the money paid.
Working on an oil rig is one thing. Being incinerated in a garment factory is another.
Shall a team of 0SHA inspectors tour third world factories closing down any that don't meet U.S. standards? Don't the workers of Bangladesh deserve safe working conditions?
And give’m a “just” wage too so they can live a dignified life.
I think a hundred dollars an hour would be enough dignity.
“Working on an oil rig is one thing. Being incinerated in a garment factory is another.”
Being incinerated is being incinerated either way.
posted on 05/11/2013 10:43:20 AM PDT
(you don't have to be brilliant, not being stupid is enough)
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