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Indonesia: Campaigners urge Uniqlo to pay workers of its Jaba Garmindo factory
Author: Clean Clothes Campaign, Published on: 16 July 2018
"UNIQLO CEO: pay the debt owed to workers who made your clothes in Indonesia"
Uniqlo is refusing to pay workers who made their clothes in Indonesia after the sudden unexpected closure of the Jaba Garmindo factory.
In 2014, Uniqlo and other major buyers withdrew orders from the Jaba Garmindo factory, without warning or explanation to the thousands of workers employed there. Just months after Uniqlo’s orders ended the factory fell into bankruptcy and the workers at the Jaba Garmindo factory - 80% of whom are women - went from having a reliable source of income to being left jobless and fighting for their livelihoods. Even worse, the money they are legally owed in unpaid wages and severance pay – amounting to at least $5.5 million - continues to be denied to them...
The Jaba Garmindo workers have been fighting tirelessly and courageously over the past 3 years and now want our support...
Related companies: Uniqlo (part of Fast Retailing)