Romania - Violation of labour standards - April 30, 2016

A brochure, published by Conect Association, reports on an investigation of migrant labour exploitation among workers that go abroad. The report focuses on two sectors in which severe labour exploitation continues to occur: construction and domestic work. Although many migrants have qualifications and skills, they are willing to accept low skilled or unskilled jobs, precarious working conditions and lower wages, thus being more vulnerable to exploitation and rights violations.


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