Indian factory workers supplying major brands allege routine exploitation

- colombogazette.com

Indian workers in factories supplying the supermarket chains Marks and Spencer, Tesco and Sainsbury’s, and the fashion brand Ralph Lauren, told the BBC they are being subjected to exploitative conditions. Women working at a Ralph Lauren supplier said they had been forced to stay overnight to complete orders, sometimes requiring them to sleep on the […]

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