BeMidjis are the worst offenders in the US.
The company, which is owned by a family that has controlled the company for more than 70 years, employs more than 100,000 workers, including children.
The number of workers is dwarfed by the number of jobs in the textile industry.
The BeMidi textile mill in Virginia has been at the center of a decades-long legal fight over whether the company violated anti-discrimination laws by employing children.
As part of that effort, the company has been ordered to pay a $30 million settlement to the US Department of Labor, which claims the children worked under “insufficient supervision.”
The company has denied that it hired children for its mills.
The suit was filed by the National Employment Law Project (NELP), which was founded by civil rights activist Rosa Parks and is currently represented by the ACLU.
In a statement, NELP said: “This settlement does not address whether or not the BeMidis employed children as adults, but instead focuses on the very real risks that children who are under 18 may be subject to harassment or violence in the workplace, particularly when their employer or others see them as targets for retaliation.”
The lawsuit also alleges that the BeMoises have made it harder for children to work in the United States. “
The settlement also fails to acknowledge the fact that BeMidias own parent company, the Woolen Mills family, owns and controls the entire BeMidikis operation.”
The lawsuit also alleges that the BeMoises have made it harder for children to work in the United States.
NELI said the BeMinis have “unleashed a wave of anti-American rhetoric” and have been accused of “showing a lack of concern for the safety of their own workers.”
The statement added: “As a result, BeMinists have forced their workers to work without pay for months at a time, and have forced them to take time off from work in order to take care of family members who are sick or injured.”