Toys `R' Us Fined for Child-Labor Law Violations

Dunn, Kelly
January 2000
Workforce;Jan2000, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p20
Discusses the United States child-labor laws violated by Toys `R' Us company. Punishment imposed on the company; Ignorance of the company's management in the federal child-labor law; Conflict between the company's management and the human resources department.


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