U.S. Rated Alarmingly High in Global Survey of Worst Places for Workers’ Rights

May 22, 2014

The United States lags far behind other nations in protecting workers’ rights, according to a new survey from the International Trade Union Confederation. The rankings are based on 97 internationally recognized indicators and standards to assess where workers’ rights are best protected, in law and in practice.

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