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Headquarters in Germany
PPR is a major shareholder of Puma.
Reps. Schakowsky, Miller Call On U.S. Olympic Committee to Respect Workers' Rights; Oxfam, AFL-CIO Support Bill to Clean Up Olympic Sportswear
Author: Oxfam America & AFL-CIO
The "Play Fair at the Olympics Act" [introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives] would instruct the United States Olympic Committee...to require companies that obtain Olympics licenses to observe international labor standards. [refers to Fila,...
Author: National Labor Committee & China Labor Watch
[Describes conditions at Pou Yuen factory of Puma contractor Pou Chen: forced & unpaid overtime, below-subsistence wages, denial of freedom of association & expression, verbal intimidation & abuse, poor workplace health & safety...
- Related stories: China: Puma contractor accused of forced & unpaid overtime, below-subsistence wages, harsh working conditions
- Related companies: And1 Pou Chen Puma
[PDF] Corporate Social Responsibility in the Global Village - Newsletter of the Global CSR Policy Project
Author: Global CSR Policy Project, Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, Washington Center
[PDF] This edition focuses on news stories and new developments in the area of CSR and public policy and global CSR in general...[refers to Shell, Chevron [part of Chevron-Texaco], HP, Nike, Adidas, Reebok, Puma, Fila, ASICS, Mizuno, Lotto, Kappa,...
Partout dans le monde, les grandes marques d'articles de sport violent les droits de millions de travailleurs afin d'approvisionner leurs magasins à temps pour les Jeux Olympiques d'Athènes. (Adidas, Asics, Fila, Lotto, Mizuno, Nike, Puma, Umbro)
Author: Oxfam GB
Giant sportswear brands are violating the rights of millions of workers in order to get the latest sportswear into the shops in time for the Athens Olympics...Play Fair draws on the testimony of workers and factory managers in Bulgaria, Cambodia,...
Las grandes marcas de ropa deportiva degradan los derechos de millones de trabajadores de todo el mundo en su afán por llenar a tiempo los escaparates de las tiendas con los últimos modelos para los Juegos Olímpicos de Atenas. (Adidas, Asics, Fila,...
Author: Oxfam GB
The interviews reveal a pattern of abysmally low wages, workers being forced to work excessively long hours, exploitative terms of employment, bullying, sexual harassment, and physical and verbal abuse. Involvement in trade union activity is...
Author: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee
[refers to factories producing for Puma, Wilson, Umbro, Diadora, Adidas]
Author: Ans Kolk & Rob van Tulder, Journal of International Business Studies
...Six companies (Nike, Reebok, Puma, Mizuno, Asics, Adidas and Mizuno, of which only the first four have a code), three business support groups (AAMA, AFA, AIP), three social interest groups (CEPAA, CCC, AHRC) and three international organisations ...