“No words can describe the horror of the criminal action of the manufacturers, brands, employer groups, and regulatory authorities for their greed for profit, at the cost of precious human lives, injuries, and misery to thousands,” so says Roy Ramesh of Global Union IndustriALL about the Bangladesh factory collapse in April.

On this week’s Heartland Labor Forum, we talk to him and Cathy Feingold, AFL-CIO International Affairs Director about 20 years of failure of corporate social responsibility.Thursday at 6pm, rebroadcast Friday at 5am.

Underwritten by Steelworkers Local 12561 and IBEW Local 124.

ON Heartland Labor Forum (Repeat) | June 21, 2013 | 5:00 am

What Do You Get When You Offshore Management Responsibility? Bangladesh

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“No words can describe the horror of the criminal action of the manufacturers, brands, employer groups, and regulatory authorities for their greed for profit, at the cost of precious human lives, injuries, and misery to thousands,” so says Roy Ramesh of Global Union IndustriALL about the Bangladesh factory collapse in April.

On this week’s Heartland Labor Forum, we talk to him and Cathy Feingold, AFL-CIO International Affairs Director about 20 years of failure of corporate social responsibility.Thursday at 6pm, rebroadcast Friday at 5am.

Underwritten by Steelworkers Local 12561 and IBEW Local 124.

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