Injuries and low-wages are commonplace among workers in the U.S. poultry processing industry, but a new report reveals many aren't allowed to take bathroom breaks during their long and demanding shifts.
"No Relief," a study from Oxfam America (read it below), calls on Perdue Farms, Pilgrim's Pride, Sanderson Farms and Tyson Foods -- which process 60 percent of the poultry consumed in America -- and other companies to improve conditions at their plants. The poultry processing industry employs more t...
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