Exploitation, human rights, undocumented workers, United States
Undocumented workers area at risk throughout the American States and their lines are in danger. Their human rights are violated all times and their rights as workers abridged without the knowledge of the appropriate authorities. Protecting this group of people is becoming difficult because of their limited population in the American States. It is also hard to locate them. They have little information in English and the practices that govern the working environments in the United States (Haines et al., 2006:357). It is, therefore, important to examine the ways in which their rights are violated compared to the other American Citizens as discussed below.
American work market bears the inspirational tag of rag to riches that attracts many immigrants, both legal and illegal that breaks against all odds to get this chance of making their life better. Illegal immigrants make a large percentage of the undocumented workers in the United States. Grueling working conditions that lead to tragic consequences is a major experience to them. Public ignorance and low safety standards continue to perpetuate thisproblem while on the other side the United States government continue to neglect its mandate to protect the citizens who come into the country to seek asylum.
[...] Illegal immigrants make a large percentage of the undocumented workers in the United States. Grueling working conditions that lead to tragic consequences is a major experience to them. Public ignorance and low safety standards continue to perpetuate this problem while on the other side the United States government continue to neglect its mandate to protect the citizens who come into the country to seek asylum. How Undocumented workers rights are violated Employers have embraced the principle of getting labor when needed and retrenching the workers when the business season comes to an end. [...]
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[...] After the season is over, the workers often disappear after they are exploited by the employees. The order in this case remains a temporary system of employment. Formal employment programs govern the employment of the worker in the American States and with this labor source, employers find a way to impeach these laws and exploit this desperate group of people (Haines et al., 1999:353-354). While the abuses against the undocumented workers continue to grow, the immigration controls are used against the workers instead of protecting them. [...]
[...] Policies governing the federal 4 EXPLOITATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS IN THE UNITED STATES immigration provided that the workers are not legible for this pay (Anne et al., 2006:526). It is against the human rights to deny any person the right to pay that he/she has worked for as required. The court could have granted the workers their pay and retrench they as a way of punishment than imposing both penalties. Undocumented workers are not given equal remedies for workplace injuries as documented in the human rights principles. The United States does not observe the declarations of the Michigan, Kansas, Pennsylvania and New York. [...]
[...] Undocumented workers go uncompensated in case of injuries. Discrimination continues to befall them as they cry over the bad treatment that they get at the work place compared to other American Workers. Relationship between the rights of undocumented workers and the rights of American Citizens Looking at the way the undocumented workers are treated in the United States compared to other American citizens, it is correct to describe the treatment as unfair. Businesses want cheaper labor so hiring undocumented workers is highly encouraged. [...]
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