The International Trade Union Confederation's world map showing its rankings of the best and worst countries for working people includes a noticeable difference between the U.S. and other wealthy countries.
What are the 10 worst countries for workers in the ?Find out in the 2020 #RightsIndex.
https://t.co/lHCS56fgEX pic.twitter.com/VyHO1MXpAt — ITUC (@ituc) June 18, 2020.
Denmark, Finland, Norway, Uruguay, and Iceland were among those found to have the fewest violations.
The company has also come under fire for ending its paid sick leave policy in May, refusing to extend the benefit to fulfillment center workers.
Around the world, the ITUC found that violations of workers' rights are at a seven year high.
"The breakdown of the social contract is exposed in the 2020 ITUC Global Rights Index," the report reads. »