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By Paul Solman
In New York City, manicures are inexpensive for customers but come at a high price for workers. The New York Times found that nail salon employees work for very low wages or for nothing, usually after paying a fee to…
By PBS NewsHour
What do Costco, Trader Joe's, QuickTrip and Spanish supermarket Mercadona have in common? They treat labor as assets, says Zeynep Ton, author of "The Good Jobs Strategy," and therefore, avoid even bigger costs than labor.
By Zeynep Ton
Thai Shrimp Industry Exploits Workers to Whet Global Appetite for Cheap Shrimp…
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