The International Labor Organization (ILO) considers any of these practices to constitute forced labor:
Restriction of deductions and deception in wage payments. Sanctions or disciplinary measures that result in an obligation to work or that are used as a worker’s ability to terminate an employment contract. Threats of violence and intimidation. Debt bondage, illegal wage punishment for participation in a strike. Compulsory overtime above the limit permitted in national law and collective agreements. Restriction of freedom of movement. Retention of identity documents (against the will of workers and workers not having access to their documents). Threats of dismissal and denunciation in the case of irregular migrant workers.
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