Barely 3 out of 10 victims qualify for Samsung’s compensation plan standards

Kim Mi-Sun, who was in charge of soldering at the Giheung Factory’s LCD line from 1997 to 2000, was diagnosed with hemiplegia, paralysis of one side of the body, in 2000, after her legs suddenly collapsed. It turned out to be a rare disease called multiple sclerosis.

Mi-sun, who couldn’t watch the news, only heard from others that Samsung had come up with a compensation plan.

“We’re all people who became sick while working for the company, and so I’m not sure what is the standard for compensating some and not others. Even though my life has been shattered, nobody knows…how frustrating…”

Full report: Against Samsung’s compensation plan


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