January, 23 2014
¡Marcas y almacenes importantes, como Wal-Mart, Macy’s, JCPenney, Kohl’s y PVH, compraron 52 millones de prendas, pero se muestran incapaces de proteger a los trabajadores, a quienes la patronal de Alianza Fashion se les ha robado más de $6 millones!
January, 22 2014
Major U.S. retailers and fashion companies such as Macy’s, JCPenney, Kohl’s and PVH bought more than 52 million garments from Alianza Fashion in Guatemala but were incapable of protecting a single worker as Alianza workers were robbed of over $6 million.
October, 03 2013
Making jeggings and jeans for Old Navy, Next Collections factory in Bangladesh cheated workers of their wages. Pregnant women are illegally terminated and denied their legal maternity leave. Workers were beaten or jailed for asking for their legal rights.
March, 20 2013
Tens of thousands of young women guest workers toil under brutal sweatshop conditions, sewing Wal-Mart, Hanes and other labels.
December, 17 2012
Blocked fire exits in another dangerous fire trap, Dream International Toy Factory, China.
December, 03 2012
Multinational corporations like Lear, Hyundai and Kia walk off with millions in tax breaks, while Honduras workers earn just 99 cents an hour, racing backward into misery.
November, 29 2012
October, 10 2012
"Why is Bain Capital refusing to tell the truth to the American people, acknowledging that Sensata Technologies pays their young women workers in China just 99 cents to $1.35 an hour to work 12-hour shifts, seven days a week?" - Charles Kernaghan
September, 27 2012
Romney and Bain Capital did nothing to change low pay, squalid conditions, forced overtime for three years before pulling out from Global-Tech. Abuses at appliance factory continue.
June, 20 2012
"Dongguan is about as well-known as Foxconn in Shenzhen...Plenty of workers live worse lives than those who work at Foxconn." "If things continue to go like this, there will be more jumpers."
Right now, Gap is helping to clean up the Next Collections sweatshop in Bangladesh. But focus is everything: we must demand that the 21 workers who were illegally terminated are reinstated in their position and that their back wages are paid.
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Thousands of garment workers at Next Collections factory in Bangladesh work well past 10 p.m. every day -- sometimes until 5 a.m. -- making children's skinny jeans and jeggings for Gap Inc.'s Old Navy stores.
Chinese teenagers toil excessive hours for poverty wages as they manufacture the Microsoft peripherals we use.