The group of Vietnamese trainees lost their jobs and was suppressed in Japan
A group of three Vietnamese female trainees lost their jobs, were forced to leave a local labor union and still have not been supported to find a new job.
A group of Vietnamese trainees at the Miyagi prefectural government building in Sendai on April 18
Mainichi Shimbun . screenshot
Office of Technical Intern Training Organization Japan (OTIT) in Sendai City (Miyagi Prefecture, Japan) has just admitted to forcing a group Vietnamese trainees Leaving a labor union they joined after losing their job is “inappropriate and regrettable”.
This group of 3 female trainees joined the Sendai Keyaki Labor Union in February, after being forced to quit at a seafood processing company in the province. Miyagidue to a dispute with the employer, according to the sheet Mainichi Shimbun April 20th.
Their offer to return to work was rejected, and they moved into a support facility in Sendai and lived off of a free food bank.
When they contacted, OTIT Sendai said “will not discuss this case before they leave the labor union”.
On April 5, this labor union thought that OTIT Sendai might violate the basic rights of workers and asked to respond. In a statement, OTIT Sendai admitted their response was “inappropriate and extremely regrettable”, and will direct staff to avoid a similar situation.
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The office also offers to help interns find other jobs. However, the above labor union said that OTIT Sendai has not contacted, publicly apologized or done anything to support the interns, even though they know that they have not received any support.
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