Some countries hold union-busters accountable

The South Korean Supreme Court “upheld the guilty convictions of dozens of former and current Samsung executives accused of sabotaging labor union activities at a subsidiary company in 2013.” That’s from a report in the Korean Herald.

“The court confirmed a 16-month prison sentence for Kang Kyung-hoon, a vice president at Samsung Electronics Co., on charges of violating labor union laws.”

Can you imagine CEOs in the United States going to jail for violating the labor rights and freedoms of employees?