slave labour


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slave labour

nlavoro fatto dagli schiavi
we're just slave labour here (fig) → siamo solamente sfruttati qui dentro
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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The tract of country through which it takes its course was once productive; but the soil has been exhausted by the system of employing a great amount of slave labour in forcing crops, without strengthening the land: and it is now little better than a sandy desert overgrown with trees.
In my opinion, the main problem in labour relations in Kenya lies in our understanding and acceptance of slave labour. Conventionally, a person who is compelled to work against their will, for compensation that is given at the whims of the employer', would be considered to be a slave.
Ron English bought 'Slave Labour', which depicts a child kneeling at a sewing machine producing a string of Union Jack bunting, for $730,000 ([pounds sterling]561,000).
The horrors of the slave labour camps were no less traumatic, there were 30,000 slave labour camps across Europe.
We built the railways with mainly slave labour for the sole purpose of transporting the goods produced by slave labour.
In a communique issued after their joint National Administrative Council (NAC) and National Executive Council (NEC) meeting under the umbrella of NUPENGASSAN, the unions described employment situation in the oil and gas industry as slave labour.
Then, if the Labour Party in Wales still craves a two-word name, I suggest the far more appropriate "Slave Labour."
Sergeant Tim Evans from the Solihull Partnerships team said: "We are committed to making sure our communities can live and work in safe conditions and as part of our on-going work to identify and combat slave labour we are continually checking the businesses that run within our area."
Are you sponsoring slave labour? "We've been to three hand car washes in Shirley and have concerns about them all.
SAPA is extremely concerned about the recent report identifying horrific working conditions, amounting to slave labour, at some Brazilian poultry producers.
Yesterday it emerged that supermarkets are removing tins of Brazilian corned beef amid allegations of slave labour on cattle farms.