Reminds me of a story a professor told once while helping to set up a factory in China. A few years after the Nike thing, which was 20 years ago!!
He was adamant with the local factory owner that no one under 16 be allowed to work in the factory. For those under 10 they already had set up the daycare & educational facilities like other companies. They didn't want to repeat the Nike nightmare. It was not only a company policy, but one the prof took personally. He would not want his children working in this environment.
The owner just laughed. The professor got stern and said this was no laughing matter and had to be taken very seriously. The owner responded that Americans are very funny. No one under 16 will work in his factory. They will go back to their prior jobs. Jobs that will pay more than before because of the factory.
Later in the day, the prof asked what kids did here. He was a bit concerned that kids still thought they had to work... The owner replied that they will service the men standing in line outside the factory waiting for a spot in the next shift. The owner was surprised because the prof was the first American to have asked... The rest usually don't want to know.
My prof left speechless and the conversation still haunts him 10 years later. Just a few years later the local economy had improved enough that the factory was having trouble finding workers, let alone finding kids near it. But even to this day, there are other parts of the world that are still like that.