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[PDF] Final Report Regarding the Ocean Sky Apparel Factory in El Salvador

Author: Fair Labor Association [USA], Published on: 25 March 2011

FLA issues summary report of an independent assessment of Ocean Sky Apparel. The...investigation was conducted in response to a report by the Institute for Global Labour & Human Rights (IGLHR). In particular, IGLHR alleged a range of violations of workers' rights at the factory, including harassment or abuse, forced overtime, improper recording of working time, contaminated drinking water, and very low wages. Following the investigation, FLA and sourcing brands worked with Ocean Sky Apparel on a remediation plan. [also refers to adidas/Reebok, Columbia Sportswear, Puma, Perry Ellis, Gap Inc. and Nordstrom.]

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Related companies: adidas Columbia Sportswear Gap Nordstrom Perry Ellis International Puma Reebok (part of adidas)