Industrialization in Vietnam
How our needs effect their working conditions
Industrialization in Vietnam Today
Overworked, Suffering, Enslaved, Threatened, and Mistreated Workers in Vietnam
Future for Vietnemese Labor
Trying to get these bad labor standards out to the public usually isn't very easy, but a corporation named Better Work Vietnam is getting the idea of "improving labour standards [out to the public. It] has released a rap song on 'Work Safety' for apparel and footwear manufacturing operators" such as Nike and Levis ("Better Work and Levis develop song on 'work safety'." Apparel Online 22 Nov. 2014. General OneFile. Web. 19 Dec. 2014.). Many sweatshops and forced labor factories are being released by the press and the public. Many of the workers are beginning to stand up as well. Vietnamese workers from a factory in China were seen revolting. "Thousands of Vietnamese workers rampaged over China’s latest efforts to control the South China Sea, this time off Vietnam’s coast", causing conflict in the factories and between China and Vietnam (Buckley, Chris. "China Targeted by Vietnamese in Fiery Riots." New York Times [New York] 14 May 2014: n. pag. Print.). I believe that in the future many more factories will be exposed for mistreating workers, and hopefully that will cause factory owners to improve there working conditions and payments.
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