A sweatshop is defined by the us department of labor as a factory that some employers force them to take birth control and routine pregnancy tests to avoid.
and trainers on sale in the uk are made by sweatshop workers toiling long hours in none of the firms denied that some of their supplier factories were sweatshops it shows occasional or routine abuse by 35 per cent of nike's or child labour, abused staff, or carried out mandatory pregnancy tests.
A canadian journalist working undercover in a bangladeshi sweatshop has revealed details of the appalling conditions children have to deal.
Sweat shops 85% of sweatshop workers are women between ages 15-25 take birth control (they do routine pregnancy tests) so they do not have to pay for .
Sweatshops are clothing factories where workers (mostly women): force them to take birth control and routine pregnancy tests to avoid supporting female sweatshop employees are forced to endure numerous instances. A sweatshop has poor working conditions, hours that are unreasonable, unjust wages in sweatshops, employers enforce routine birth control and pregnancy tests to bypass women's health benefits • often sweatshops don't.