Deutsche Welle: According to the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), labor migrants from non-EU nations experience pretty much the same across the continent. While the exploitation of workers in Germany mostly takes place in the building and meat processing industries as well as in the nursing sector because of dubious subcontractors, FRA says such violations are also much in evidence in the agriculture, forestry and fishing industries across Europe. But concrete figures documenting such exploitation are not available. "Those crimes occur in the dark, and there's obviously a high number of unreported cases," says the FRA's Katya Andrusz. "We've come to pay much attention to fair-trade labels, a 'Fair Work' label could also give us more transparency on the labor market," she stressed.