forced labor

Definition of "forced labor"
  1. A situation where an individual's work or service is demanded through threats, physical restraints, or extreme harm (including physical, psychological, financial, or reputational), or by manipulating legal procedures
How to use "forced labor" in a sentence
  1. Human trafficking often involves forced labor, with victims forced to work under harsh conditions without fair pay.
  2. To bolster their economic growth, some unethical industries employ forced labor, sparking international outrage.
  3. The company was heavily fined for violation of human rights principles after it was discovered they were using forced labor.

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