Hanes (part of Hanesbrands)

Headquarters in USA

Hanes website: www.hanes.com

Hanes was part of Sara Lee until September 2006, when it was included among the brands spun off as Hanesbrands.

🔎 Run a search for “Hanes (part of Hanesbrands)”

Get RSS feed of these results

All stories

Report
24 May 2018

Suppliers evaluate textile companies' responsible purchasing practices in Better Buying Purchasing Practices Index Report

Author: Better Buying

Better Buying Index Report Spring 2018, 22 May 2018...

Read more

Story
2 May 2018

Jordan's garment sector: How are brands combatting exploitation and abuse?

Jordan’s garment sector is booming, driven by a free trade agreement with the United States and cheap migrant labour from South and Southeast Asia. Historically the situation of these vulnerable workers has been dire and although there have been some ...

See full story

Article
21 July 2011

Major American Brands Silent on Alleged Rights Abuses At Overseas Factories [Jordan]

Author: Janell Ross, Huffington Post [USA]

A month after a prominent human rights group accused major American brands of purchasing clothing from a factory in Jordan that systematically abuses workers, the companies have yet to declare any public action... the Institute for Global Labour and...

Read more

Article
17 September 2008

[DOC] Wal-Mart responds to National Labor Commitee report raising concerns about working conditions at the Mediterranean Apparel Factory in Jordan

Author: Wal-Mart

Immediately upon becoming aware of the strike...Wal-Mart engaged the key stakeholders…Going forward, Wal-Mart’s Action Plan is to: 1. Continue dialogue with the supplier’s factory management and workers; proceed with the monitoring activities…2....

Read more

Article
16 September 2008

[DOC] Mediterranean Resources Apparel Industry response to a report raising concerns about the treatment of workers at its factory in Jordan

Author: Mediterranean Resources Apparel Industry

We were surprised that the majority of our workers started a strike on 8/31 without prior notice, although the workers elected last year a committee to discuss on regular bases any issues related to them and their living conditions...Also we were...

Read more

Article
16 September 2008

[PDF] Hanesbrands responds to National Labor Committee Report on working conditions at the Mediterranean Garment Factory

Author: Hanesbrands

...we do not agree with many of the allegations in the NLC posting. Hanesbrands has audited the Mediterranean facility three times since January...

Read more

Article
10 September 2008

Work Stoppage Ends at Mediterranean Factory in Jordan

Author: National Labor Committee [USA]

In a sign of good faith, the foreign guest workers at the Mediterranean factory in Jordan ended their work stoppage today and returned to the plant. They did so based on a guarantee from the factory owner that he would respond to the workers demands...

Read more

Article
6 September 2008

Human Trafficking and Abusive Conditions at the Mediterranean Garments Factory in the Ad Dulayl Industrial Zone in Jordan

Author: National Labor Committee [USA]

There are approximately 1,400 guest workers at the Mediterranean factory—from Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and India…The workers sew clothing for Wal-Mart…and Hanes…60 percent…have been stripped of their passports…When workers dare to challenge the...

Read more

Story
6 September 2008

Jordan: Human trafficking & wide range of abuses at Mediterranean Resources, according to National Labor Committee - supplies Hanesbrands, Wal-Mart

See full story

Article
23 December 2007

Dominican Free Zone companies provide HIV-AIDS education

Author: Dominican Today [Dominican Rep.]

Owners and operators of 52 Free Trade Zone companies have launched an education process for their employees about preventing AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases, instead of conducting mandatory HIV tests…Hanes, D. Wolverine, Wacoal, First...

Read more