Multinational Corporation

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Imagine you only earn 12-14-cent-an-hour for your hard work, imagine you work with toxic chemical glues, paints and solvents everyday. Multinational Corporation is a company that make and sells a product in more than one country. Sometime we called a ¡°transnational corporation ¡±. Multinational Corporation are harmful because of bad working condition, low wage and long hours, bad future and life.

Multinational corporations are harmful because they have bad working conditions. According to Sweatshop Fact sheet, workers who work for J.C Penny are beaten and eat the bad food in America Samoa. It¡¯s important because workers should not get beaten for work. It harms workers babies and workers don¡¯t get expectation. Even the police cannot beat up a criminals. How could factories beat the workers? Eating bad food is not good for workers¡¯ health. They will get sick easily. Workers work without human rights. According to Toys of Mystery, a report on The Toy Industry in China, the toy factory workers need to handle toxic chemical glues, paints and solvents. They don¡¯t know those chemicals and just let the chemicals destroy their health. It¡¯s important because workers will easily get sick and may get cancer. They will die faster than the other people. According to David Bacon of The Story of a Maquiladora Worker, the maquiladora workers get a lot of psychological pressure from their bosses. it¡¯s important because workers not only exhausted themselves physically but also psychologically. Workers all the time. For their whole life, they might live unhappy, but don¡¯t know how to change this situation. Too much pressure will drive workers crazy. As a result, multinational corporations have a bad working condition and workers get sick in body and in mind.

Multinational Corporations are harmful because workers have low wages and being tortured and exhausted by the long hours work.

According to Global Exchange, an investigation shows that 68% of workers don¡¯t...
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