Samsung: Stop Horrible Conditions in Your Factories!

A third-party audit of 100 of Samsung's Chinese factories found dozens of labor violations, including excessive working hours and failure to provide adequate safety equipment.

According to the latest report, 33 suppliers broke local insurance regulations, 39 paid fixed wages with no overtime, and 33 cut pay to punish workers. 59 of the suppliers failed to provide safety goggles, and 48 allowed minors to handle chemicals. Some suppliers also had workers in excessively dusty or noisy environments.

This is not the first time Samsung has been accused of unethical labor practices. Please sign the petition to urge Boo-Keun Yoon, Samsung's CEO, to improve conditions for workers in his factories.

As you know, a third-party audit of 100 of your Chinese factories found dozens of labor violations, including excessive working hours and failure to provide adequate safety equipment.


According to the latest report, 33 suppliers broke local insurance regulations, 39 paid fixed wages with no overtime, and 33 cut pay to punish workers. 59 of the suppliers failed to provide safety goggles, and 48 allowed minors to handle chemicals. Some suppliers also had workers in excessively dusty or noisy environments.


This is not the first time Samsung has been accused of unethical labor practices. After repeat findings of this nature, we believe it is time for you to make it a priority to improve conditions for workers in your factories. Thank you for taking the time to read and consider our petition. 

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