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Outsourcing Operations to Developing Countries: Maintaining Corporate Social Responsibility

19 October 2006

European Healthcare Law and Regulatory News

Fourteen-hour shifts, low pay, unsanitary working conditions and forced pregnancy tests – so that expectant mothers can be fired to avoidmaternity pay – are unfortunate practices that may be occurring in some factories in the developing world. This article examines the implications of introducing a company code of conduct.


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