Life in Sweatshops By: Emily Gerwin & Jennifer Thomas Sweatshops: By Definition A sweatshop is a workplace where the wages are unacceptable, the hours are far too long, and the working conditions endanger the health and safety of the workers, whether or not laws are being violated.
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The requirements of manual labor are as follows.
A manual worker must be paid weekly.
After working 40 hours, employees must be paid overtime, 1 and ½ times their hourly pay.
The requirements regarding child labor laws are as follows.
Children under the age of 16 cannot work in factories.
The hours of work must be posted for all minors under 18 years of age.
For safety, all fire exits must be clearly marked, accessible, and unlocked.Laws Regarding Sweatshops
blind by a way that
they knew not; I will
lead them in paths
that they have not
known” Isaiah 42:16