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5 Jan 2023

Myanmar: Garment workers allege 'modern-day slavery' conditions at factory, reporting mandatory overtime, excessive production targets & dismissal if workers take leave; incl. co. responses

In December 2022, it was reported that workers at Honor Apparel factory face a series of violations, including excessive production targets, underpaid wages, dismissal if workers take leave, mandatory overtime or workers face dismissal, workers hired as day labourers, and the factory contacting the police or soldiers if there are any incidents in the factory involving workers.

In January 2023, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited BESTSELLER, KappAhl, LPP S.A., OVS SpA, LC Waikiki and HK Works London to respond. BESTSELLER, KappAhl, OVS SpA and LPP S.A's responses can be found below.

Company Responses

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