Severe labour exploitation: workers moving within or into the European Union

The exploitation of the workforce in not an isolated or marginal phenomenon. This article from the European Union agency for fundamental rights is the outcome of advance researches in the topic. It identifies the factors the favour, maintain or facilitate the exploitation of workers leaving a member State of the EU for another one, or leaving an outside country to find a job within the EU. Several means are also presented in this report in order to improve the exploitation phenomenon, where men women and children work as ghost and inhuman conditions.