Stage 2: Nike becomes Vietnam's largest foreign employer
finally after about 8 hours of work we can go home
Stage 3:Vietnamese government fine out about factory conditions
Nike began producing their product on a mass scale in Vietnam during the year of 1995. this is when Vietnam was one of the worlds poorest countries
stage 4: Nike argue
More and More people started joining Nike and the numbers never seemed to end. eventually there was 40000 people in the ten total factories for Nike. then in 2015 Nike had employed 300000
Stage 5: Other groups try to make an impact on workers lives
The Vietnamese Government finds out about the poor working conditions of the workers and their appalling wages. The demand that Nike stop this illegal treatment immediately
Stage 6: Nike make gradual improvments to conditions
Nike tell the Vietnamese government they will either take their business somewhere else or they will stay but there will be no change to conditions. the government were forced to agree since Nike had increased their earnings by about $3000
Many different pressure groups have tried to persuade Nike to improve workers conditions. As well as this Lots of big consumer groups have wanted to see fair treatment overseas.
Better conditions, better lifestyle.
Nike are forced to make slightly better conditions. There are larger wages, better conditions in their homes and work.