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Growing anger among Chinese workers; China forcing workers to work overtime without payment

“Growing anger among Chinese workers; China forcing workers to work overtime without payment”, Organiser, April 30, 2023:

“The disappointed and irritated Chinese working population over forced overtime issue are raising their voices on social media and criticising Chinese Communist Party (CCP) members, according to the Indo-Pacific Centre for Strategic Communications (IPCSC).

As per the IPCSC report, the workers had criticised their leaders on SM platforms for forcing them to work overtime without any payment. Here it is worth mentioning that many Chinese companies are accused of violating labour laws.

The companies regularly defrauded the workers’ wages and fired them if they tried to organise a union, forced them to work in double shifts, and prohibited the benefits that were promised to them. Female Chinese workers are sexually harassed by their bosses….”

Read the full article at Organiser.org

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