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5 Apr 2022

Malaysia: Dyson faces suit from former workers of Malaysian supplier claiming co. was unjustly enriched from exploitative conditions at factory

Recent media report alleges that Dyson is facing claims from ten former workers of its Malaysian supplier, ATA IMS (ATA). The article quotes a statement from a British law firm alleging that “Dyson was unjustly enriched as a result of the unlawful, exploitative and dangerous conditions at the factory”. Further, the article alleged that ATA “had coached staff ahead of labour inspections to hide true working and living conditions, and employed foreigners without permits”.

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Dyson and ATA to respond to the allegations. Neither companies responded.

Company Responses

Dyson

No Response

ATA IMS

No Response

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