Immigration News Blog

Thursday, September 11, 2008

“Undercover” Migrant Worker Exposes Labour Violations

“Undercover” Migrant Worker Exposes Labour Violations
Chinese Labour Bulletin
On 1 September 2008, Huang Weimu walked into Guangzhou’s Panyu District Labour Bureau and demanded 55,334 yuan for the past five month’s work done at the Huizhi Garment Factory. Huang wasn’t a stereotypical migrant worker, willing to be cheated and exploited, on the contrary: he specifically chose the factory because he knew it didn’t sign labour contracts. Huang deliberately worked at the Huizhi Garment Factor for five months “undercover,” stealthily collecting evidence of labour violations.


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