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18 Jul 2022

Myanmar: Honor Apparel garment workers allegedly owed full compensation after temporary factory closure; incl. co. responses

On 14 March 2021 Honor Apparel factory was burnt down by a fire and subsequently closed for six and a half months. During the closure, workers reportedly struggled to make ends meet as the factory did not continue to pay wages or provide compensation. In January 2022, the factory paid over 400 workers partial compensation for only three months. Workers have demanded that they be compensated for the entire duration the factory was closed.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited C&A, KappAhl, KIABI, OVS SpA, LPP S.A and HK Works London to respond. C&A, KIABI, LPP S.A., KappAhl and OVS SpA responded. HK Workers London and LC Waikiki did not. The full responses can be found below.


HK Works London

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