- Index hide1 A video has been posted on TikTok showing distress messages allegedly written by clothing store employees.2 Messages such as “Help”, “Help Me”, “SOS”, among others, were written on Chinese labels to make visible the work situation in which they find themselves.
A video has been posted on TikTok showing distress messages allegedly written by clothing store employees.
Messages such as “Help”, “Help Me”, “SOS”, among others, were written on Chinese labels to make visible the work situation in which they find themselves.
So far, the video has collected more than 5 million views and an interesting debate among users.
A video on TikTok has gone viral showing Chinese employees sending distress messages through clothing tags.
A collage of images has been assembled in a video posted on TikTok to publicize what are allegedly some messages written by clothing store employees in China.
According to the information that has been released in various media, These are garments that belong to “Fast Fashion” chains. which, in that country, have achieved significant growth in recent years.
On the other hand, according to what has been reported, these chains have also been targeted by some NGOs for having a negative environmental impact and, in addition, for providing poor working conditions for their employees.
Help messages found on clothing
This is what, somehow, a video on TikTok is making known, which shows messages such as “Help”, “SOS”, “Help Me”, among others, are written by the workers themselves with the aim of seeking help.
They need help. #stopfastfashion #boycott #fyp? #fyp
For years, it has been known how employees of companies such as Inditex, SHEIN, among others, maintain extremely deplorable working conditions. Even said companies have their factories in countries like India, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, among others, where workers receive very low wages in exchange for long working hours.
In December of last year, a very specific case was revealed about the conditions in which Foxconn employees workedwhich is the factory where iPhones are assembled
Information published in Reutersreveals the context in which a group of Indian workers work, in the midst of major drainage problems, food poisoning, among others that, in one way or another, threatened their health.
That situation reached its limit the day several of them were taken to the hospital after eating rotten food, a fact that was picked up by the Reuters agency and by other local media.
Now, the case of the Chinese employees has generated a great debate on social networks, especially on TikTok, which is where the video has already gone viral and has more than five million views.
? #stopdhein #boycottfastfashion #fyp? #fyp
And it is that, today, we know that social networks have a great reach, even becoming a very important tool for new generations which, by the way, have created a new way of communicating with each other.
In this context, TikTok -as is the case with other platforms- is the social network that, since the arrival of the pandemic, has been placed in the preference of users, to such an extent that, currently, the ByteDance platform already has more one billion monthly active Internet users.