Wake-up call on rights

Clark, Robert
March 2004
Telecom Asia;Mar2004, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p46
Trade Publication
Reports on the labor practices at telecommunication infrastructure and devices manufacturing facilities. Safety conditions of employees; Levels of salary; Failure of corporations to implement codes of conduct about practices in the supply chain.


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