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16 Aug 2016

China: SACOM report finds workers at suppliers for Zara, H&M & Gap allegedly abused, calls on companies to improve working hours, wages & right to organise

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Inditex/Zara, H&M & Gap to respond to the report by SACOM, response available below]

"Three of the world's top fashion labels, Zara, H&M and Gap, are supplied from factories which abuse workers' rights, a Hong Kong-based non-government organization [Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior, SACOM] says after investigating factories in China…SACOM is calling on the companies to work with its suppliers to improve working hours, remove “unfair” pay structures, provide a safe working environment and allow worker representation in unions..."

Company Responses

Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) View Response
Inditex View Response