You missed what I said. They claim human trafficking, but they do nothing to elaborate or substantiate, furthermore, it's not even in the US, therefore, it's the problem of whatever Country it is in.
Second, I don't agree with Unionizing because the time of the Union is gone.
Low wage temps: a full one-third, or 10,000 Toyota assembly line workers, are low wage temp and subcontract workers who earn less than 60 percent of what full time workers do. Temps have few rights and are hired under contracts as short as four months.
YOU'RE A TEMP! Apply for a full time job! WTF?!
Sweatshops and human trafficking: Toyota’s parts supply chain is riddled with sweatshop abuse, including the human trafficking of tens of thousands of foreign guest workers—mostly from China and Vietnam—to Japan, where they are stripped of their passports and forced to work grueling hours seven days a week, often earning less than half the legal minimum wage. Sixteen-hour shifts, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight are common.
I assume if they could prove it, this would be in the mainstream media.
Linked to Burmese Dictators: Toyota—through the Toyota Tsusho Corporation which is part of the Toyota Group—is involved in several joint business ventures with the ruthless military dictators of Burma, which put revenues into the pockets of the dictators who use it to repress Burma’s 50 million people.
Not America's problem.
Toyota criticized by the ILO: The UN/International Labor Organization points to Toyota’s suppression of freedom of association at its plant in the Philippines as “an illustration of how a multinational company, apparently with little regard for corporate responsibility, has done everything in its power to prevent recognition and certification of the Toyota Motor Company Workers Association.” (ILO Working Group, December 2003.)
Not America's Problem.
Toyota is Lowering Wages and Benefits in the U.S.
Tough economic times. Even $12.00/hr is a good wage for someone uneducated with no special skills. They could be flipping burgers for $6/hr. Gimme a break.