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Published: February 7, 2023

Vald’or, a garment factory located in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, fully closed operations in January 2022. The US-based company failed to pay the factory’s more than 1,100 workers the severance payments to which they were entitled under the law. Vald’or was also delinquent in other payments to workers, including health and pension payments, which it deducted from…

$1 Million Restored to Workers in Haiti

Published: February 6, 2023

February 6, 2023 Dear Colleagues, I want to share a bit of good news. As the Guardian reported yesterday, the WRC secured a million dollars from PVH (owner of Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein) to provide back pay to more than a thousand garment workers in Haiti. The workers’ factory closed suddenly last year without paying them…

GO Haiti (Garments of Haiti)

Published: September 30, 2022

In late August 2022, more than 800 workers at the apparel factory, GO Haiti (Garments of Haiti) picked up severance checks totaling $330,000, the equivalent of almost three months’ wages per worker, that were paid for by Hanesbrands, the US apparel company that had been the factory’s main buyer. Hanesbrands informed the WRC that it…