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Labour Behind the Label report examines minimum wage payments to workers in supply chain

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Published on: 26 October 2011

In September 2011 Labour Behind the Label published the report: Let's Clean up Fashion 2011: The state of pay behind the UK high Street. The report examines to what extent workers in the supply chains of UK high street brands are being paid a living wage. Labour Behind the Label singled out: Edinburgh Woollen Mill (owner of Jane Norman), Limited Brands (owner of La Senza), Paul Smith, Peacocks, Reiss, Republic, Superdry, Debenhams & Hobbs for not responding to the survey on which the report was based. In October 2011 Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Edinburgh Woollen Mill (owner of Jane Norman), Limited Brands (owner of La Senza), Paul Smith, Peacocks, Reiss, Republic, Superdry, Debenhams & Hobbs to respond to the allegations raised in the Lets Clean Up Fashion 2011. [SuperGroup, Reiss, Debenhams, Hobbs responded, Republic, Paul Smith, Limited Brands declined to respond, Peacocks, Edinburgh Woollen Mill did not respond]

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Related companies: Debenhams Edinburgh Woollen Mill Hobbs Jane Norman (part of Edinburgh Woollen Mill) La Senza (part of Limited Brands) Limited Brands Peacocks (part of EWM Group)