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1 month

15

2 months

38

3 months

30

4 months

7

5 months

3

6 months

4

7 months

1

9 months

0

1 year

1

2 years

1

1 Year 6 months

0

Total

100

Table 23. Time since leaving factory Month and year

Respondent

Table 24. Reason for leaving factory

Personal decision Dismissal by factory Family decision Total

Respondent 63 27 10 100

The distinction between leaving on one’s own volition and being dismissed is not always clear-cut. A look at reasons for dismissal (Table 25) shows that there was only one case of dismissal due to factory closure. Most respondents said

they

were

dismissed

after

being

absent

due

to

sickness.

From

their

answers

alone, it is difficult to determine whether the management decisions to fire them.

or not declining production influenced Their responses do, however, indicate

the insecure employment status of RMG workers. may contribute to some extent to the informal or

But workers’ own behaviour illegal style of management.

My

field

observations

lead

me

to

believe

that

workers

often

take

leave

without

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