Wimbledon | BBC accused of exploiting free labour

BBC accused of exploiting free labour

The BBC has come under fire after it shared a job advertisement seeking seven people to help TV and radio producers for free during the upcoming tennis tournament, Wimbledon – The Sun reports.

Following the job ad that was categorised as ‘volunteering’, the studio has been accused of exploitation after the news emerged that the workers wouldn’t be paid to help TV and radio producers.

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