Women endure harsh physical abuses in factories in South American Developing Economies. Mexico and Chilean Economies are notorious for their Mexican Cartel administered Sweat Shops where there is brutal treatment with employees which mostly consist of immigrant women from poverty stricken areas of the countries.
Such atrocities are so common place that many overseas businesses are terror stricken by the murderous tactics employed to make productions cost effective.
This was the stark reality which reality affects 70% of Labor. The startling surprise was that most of the targeted labor was women and children. Women are the least dangerous employees in developing economies especially Indian and South American Economies. Thus many factories stoop to grave depths in morality just to meet the Cost. Many are paid less than 2 US dollars a day.
Reports of Women working under conditions which even animals are not given was boggling for many. Reports of women working during their periods and in labor have been quite startling for authorities.
So are All the Apparel Manufacturers Evil:
Certainly not, Zega Apparel for instance is one bright example of how an overseas Organization. They are a Canadian Company who after hearing such horrific stories decided to conduct a survey in countries where Off-shore Manufacturing existed. As the Company deals with Customized Apparel Manufacturing it is important to control costs but the high ethical codes and rigorous self auditing prevents illicit behaviour.
Pakistan was a surprising opportunity for Zega Apparel for Operations and Production. The country was pivotal in Zega Apparel’s Astronomical Success.