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Former worker at Dongguan electronics factory kills three, sparking discussion about agency labour in China
Details about the events leading up to the incident are unclear, but online comments reveal depth of labour grievances felt by ordinary workers
28 February 2023
Wage arrears accounted for 93 percent of incidents collected in CLB’s Strike Map in January 2023
17 February 2023
Migrant worker wage arrears; “PCR test economy” and manufacturing sector; university graduates' employment expectations
13 February 2023
Clover Group's Dongguan Gogo Manufacturing Ltd. has long supplied major international brands in Europe and the Americas with high-end undergarments
10 February 2023
Adequate union representation before the conflict and during negotiations would be more meaningful union intervention than outsourcing lawyers
03 February 2023
2022 was a difficult year for workers in China; 2023 is gearing up for intensifying labour conflicts if workers go without adequate representation
30 January 2023
Overworked medical staff protested their pay and working conditions, asking for equal pay for equal work and better leave policies
18 January 2023
Zybio has been given multiple labour awards by the ACFTU, all while labour rights violations were brewing at the Covid-19 test kit manufacturer
10 January 2023
China’s top officials have recognised the backpay problem and its effects on vulnerable workers, including migrant workers; but where is the trade union?
09 January 2023
In this edition: Medical workers and medical students staffing hospitals and fever clinics are overwhelmed with an influx of patients; some workers are told to work as normal if their Covid-19 infection is mild; and the manufacturing sector sees production stoppages and layoffs during what is typically the peak production period.
05 January 2023