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Autor(a): New York Times
...A strike by workers at the Windy Apparels factory in December, to protest working conditions and shockingly low wages, set off protests that spread to dozens of factories. Owners responded by suspending or firing some 1,500 workers. Factory owners...
Autor(a): Steering Committee members of the Accord on Fire & Building Safety
"Letter to PM Hasina on Response to Ashulia Wage Protests", 19 Jan 2017...
Forced labor risk: KnowTheChain apparel and footwear benchmark finds need for worker engagement Findings report Company ranking Disclosure pages KnowTheChain, which ranked the 20 of the largest global apparel & footwear companies...
- También se encuentra en: KnowTheChain: Ranking companies' efforts to address forced labour in their supply chains
- Empresas relacionadas: adidas Belle International Holdings Limited Fast Retailing Gap Gildan Activewear Hanesbrands Hennes & Mauritz (see H&M) Hugo Boss Inditex Kering L Brands, Inc. Lululemon Athletica Nike Prada Primark (part of Associated British Foods) PVH (Phillips-Van Heusen) Ralph Lauren Shenzhou International Group Holdings Under Armour VF Corp
Autor(a): Aarthi Gunnupuri, Equal Times
Over 1200 factories, where 90 per cent of the 500,000 workers are women, function on the outskirts of the city. For decades, the women in these factories have worked in exploitative conditions, earning a minimum monthly wage as low as 4000 rupees ...
Autor(a): Thomson Reuters (UK)
Thomson Reuters Launches D&I Index - Reveals Top 100 Most Diverse & Inclusive Organizations Globally...
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KnowTheChain invited 20 apparel and footwear companies to respond to engagement questions about their policies and processes on supply chain forced labour: the responses are considered in the evaluation of each company for the KnowTheChain benchmark,...
- Áreas detalladas: KnowTheChain - Apparel and footwear company disclosure
- Empresas relacionadas: PVH (Phillips-Van Heusen)
Autor(a): Rina Chandran, Thompson Reuters Foundation
Three years after the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh that killed more than 1,100 factory workers, the rights and safety of workers are in greater focus, but progress in fixing problems in the supply chain is slow, experts and activists say...More...
- También se encuentra en: 3 years on from Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh - little improvements in health & safety conditions Alliance for Bangladesh Workers Safety Rana Plaza two years on: Progress, but compensation and workers' rights still lacking The Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh Mostrar másMostrar menos
- Áreas detalladas: Rana Plaza building collapse, April 2013 The Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh - one year on
- Empresas relacionadas: Associated British Foods C&A H&M Inditex PVH (Phillips-Van Heusen)