This document features a case study Levi Strauss & Co. conducted in its factory in Bangladesh. When the corporation was confronted with the problem of child slavery in its factories in Bangladesh, Levi Strauss & Co. decided to continue paying the already employed children their salaries while they attended school. After having realized the scope of the problem of child slavery in Bangladesh, Levi Strauss & Co. implemented a policy that required potential employees to present school certificates to certify that they are of working age.

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