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Every 10 days in America, a young person is killed at work. Every day, more than 100 young workers under the age of 19 are seriously injured or become ill from their jobs. In September 2008, NCL Executive Director Sally Greenberg testified before the U.S. House of Representatives on the Department of Labor’s poor enforcement of the federal child labor laws, making recommendations about reforms to strengthen protections for working children.
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More than environmental stewardship and philanthropy, nearly one in two Americans believe the most important proof of corporate social responsibility is treating employees well.