Posted 2 years ago on Dec. 31, 2014, 7:59 a.m. EST by elf3
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Forget celebrities in 2014... let's get to know our not so friendly global ceos!
The 2014 review list...corporations don't want you to see. They work hard to keep this stuff swept under a rug. Let's shake em out: http://ww.globalexchange.org/corporateHRviolators
Per global exchange website:
RESOURCES Global Econ 101 Africa Americas Asia Middle East & Central Asia Top 10 Corporate Criminals List
2014 Introduction Many corporations are complicit in violating human rights and the environment. As the free trade market continues to push forward the global economy, holding corporations accountable for their poor practices becomes difficult. Unfortunately, corporations are working harder than ever to cover abuses instead of preventing them.
This does not have to be the reality. People can use their purchasing power to endorse Fair Trade and pressure companies and boycott those that violate human rights and the environment. In doing so there is potential to pressure these companies to put people ahead of profits.
Global Exchange has compiled a list of the top ten “most wanted” corporations of 2014 based on issues like unlivable working conditions, corporate seizures of indigenous lands, and contaminating the environment, just to name a few.
The Top Ten Corporate Criminals list is a guide to learn about what companies like Gap, PepsiCo, Carnival, and others you might have heard less about are doing to undermine human rights and the environment so that you can get informed and involved in combating the injustice. The more you know, the less corporations can continue to act unfavorably in the public eye. Share the list with friends, family, and co-workers. Click to the Take Action pages and email CEO’s, call executives directly, and network with other non-profit organizations doing work on the issue.
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