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Three Years Later, Workers at Nike Supplier Are Still Owed over $800,000

Published: November 21, 2023

Hong Seng Knitting continues to refuse to provide back pay to more than 99 percent of the affected workers and continues to refuse to pay meaningful compensation to the Burmese migrant worker who was forced to flee the country after management reported him to the police…

Can Victoria’s Secret fix its image?

Published: September 28, 2023

Hong Seng Knitting

Published: September 11, 2023

2023 WRC affiliate universities have continued to engage with Nike on this case. However, Nike’s position remains unchanged. It continues to ignore overwhelming evidence of worker coercion reported by the WRC, asserting that thousands of workers at Hong Seng voluntarily chose to forgo wages that they were legally owed. In support of its position, Nike…

New Report: Remediation of Unpaid Severance at Thai Garment Export (Thailand)

Published: August 1, 2023

To: WRC Affiliate Universities and Colleges From: Bent Gehrt, Rola Abimourched, and Ben Hensler Date: August 1, 2023 Re: New Report: Remediation of Unpaid Severance at Thai Garment Export (Thailand) Please find here a new report concerning the WRC’s investigation and successful remediation of nonpayment of severance benefits to migrant workers at Thai Garment Export,…

Thai Garment Export 1/3

Published: August 1, 2023

2006–2007: Freedom of Association and Women’s Rights Buyers: Ashworth, Cutter & Buck, and Nike The WRC undertook this assessment in response to complaints received in December 2006 from employees of the facility alleging violations of Thai law and applicable codes of conduct, primarily in the areas of freedom of association and women’s rights. The WRC…