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Article
11 December 2004
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Auteur: Tony Paterson, Independent [UK]

The German cut-price supermarket chain Lidl was accused yesterday of grossly mistreating staff at 200 of its stores by forcing them to do unpaid work, subjecting them to routine interrogations for suspected theft and refusing to allow cashiers to go to...

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Article
14 February 2007
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Auteur: Environmental Law Service [Czech Republic]

[Original report in Czech. Title translation and following summary of the report's key points provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre]....

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Article
26 March 2008
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Auteur: Deutsche Welle

According to German newsmagazine Stern, Lidl officials last year ordered detectives to install hidden cameras in several stores in Germany to observe their employees at work and during breaks. The magazine received…reports on Lidl employees that...

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Article
6 September 2008
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Auteur: The Local [Germany]

...supermarket giant Lidl is due to be fined several million euros with several German state governments expected to hand down punitive decisions this month, according to a report in Der Spiegel...Lidl managers sparked a scandal...by spying on their...

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Article
10 February 2009
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Auteur: Clean Clothes Campaign

Major global retailers Carrefour, Tesco, Aldi, Lidl, and Walmart are seeing massive profits and increasing market share in the garment sector, as workers in their supply chains face increasing poverty, appalling conditions, and serious workers rights...

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Histoire
10 February 2009
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Article
10 February 2009
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Auteur: Clean Clothes Campaign

This is a report about giant retailers... such as Walmart, Tesco, Carrefour, Lidl, and Aldi....Using their size to dominate suppliers and push them into offering lower prices is how the Giants do business…Giant retailers say they are taking steps to...

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Article
18 March 2009
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Auteur: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

On 10 February 2009 Clean Clothes Campaign launched its “Cashing In” report on five global retailers: Aldi, Carrefour, Lidl, Tesco, Walmart...Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the five companies to respond: Aldi responded Carrefour...

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Réponse
18 March 2009
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Article
6 April 2009
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Auteur: Derek Scally, Irish Times

Lidl has admitted to keeping detailed medical records on its German employees after files detailing therapy sessions and artificial insemination appointments were found in a skip…[T]he file contains detailed, handwritten notes on the health of 500...

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