A report introduced Friday by Mark Anner, director of Pennsylvania Point out University’s Centre for World Workers’ Legal rights, suggests the coronavirus disaster has resulted in millions of factory personnel, mostly women of all ages from rural parts, staying sent house without the wages or severance spend they are owed.
About 4.1 million individuals work in attire factories in Bangladesh, the world’s No. 2 garment exporter following China. The South Asian country is just commencing to come to feel the direct influence of the pandemic. But the shocks to its export markets have been cascading into its economic climate for months.
The disruptions from the virus outbreak are straining