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Inditex's response

Author: Inditex, Published on: 5 November 2019

... Inditex has performed four social audits in the factory showing compliance with our Code of Conduct. Each audit produces a corrective action plan for the continuous improvement of the factory conditions, which are followed up by Inditex’s social sustainability teams. Direct supplier is always involved in these processes and takes responsibility for the welfare of the workers in the factory.

As soon as we received information about a worker strike in the factory we immediately contacted the supplier in order to receive more information... and to monitor that workers’ rights were being respected. This process resulted in the signature of a collective bargaining agreement negotiated by factory and workers which consequence was the restating of the factory operation as a result of this agreement...

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