Social Dumping:How the unions cope with the all odds in Nepal?
September 20th, 2010

This morning we learn by opening remarks by Steen and Bjarne that the social dumping is a term with a negative connotation that is used to describe a temporary or transitory movement of workers; whereby employers use workers from one country or area in another country or area where the cost of labour is usually more expensive, in order to saving money and potentially increasing profit.

We saw how Danish company is exploiting Polish workers at a picket line of Bronderscev; the pay Danish workers usually are getting per hour not less than Danish Kr 160- the striking Polish workers are just getting Kr 50 only! As such, the precarious jobs and under pay workers of every country against decent employment and huge profit engulfed by employers created from the labour of ‘poor’ workers are the living example.

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