2k+ Samsung employees march for improved working conditions

Demanding improved working conditions, over 2000 Samsung employees held a rally today. Earlier, a labor union comprising thousands of members agreed to protest against Samsung as ongoing discussions failed.

NikkeiAsia reports that over 2,000 labor union members held a rally to pressure Samsung to improve working conditions. Notably, it’s one of the strongest protests the company ever faced from its workers.

The National Samsung Electronics Union comprising 26,000 workforce demands the company to respect them and treat them better in terms of wages, bonuses, and paid holidays.

  • Slogans such as “Respect laborers,” and “Stop suppressing unionists” were chanted outside Samsung’s semiconductor research office in Hwaseong.

Well, the top union leaders denied having planned any strike against the company. The labor union would hold the second rally in the Seocho office next month, rather than considering a strike against their employer.

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