By Associated Management Consultants (P) Ltd. | Published on : October 1, 2008
Issue: PIJM-Sep-Oct08-Article2 (14 pages)Add to Wishlist
About this issue: Everywhere on this earth where there was enormous surplus, perhaps the ultimate destination of desperate workers were the sweatshops. It has its origin between 1830 and 1850: A special kind of workshop where a middleman, â€œthe sweaterâ€, directed the workers in garment making â€œunder arduous conditionsâ€ was termed as sweatshops. To fulfill their minimum basic needs, the workers aggressively went there as they had no other way. Analysts sometimes used it to describe a workplace which was â€œphysically or mentally abusive, or that crowds, confines, or compels workers, or forces them to for work long and unreasonable hours, as would More
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