Turkey - Hugo Boss tackles labour violations claims - February 29, 2016

Fashion brand Hugo Boss says it has implemented a number of changes in its factory in Izmir and is working to resolve remaining issues after an audit by the Fair Labor Association (FLA) identified numerous violations of labour standards. FLA described in its assessment report numerous violations of labour law, the FLA code of conduct and the company’s own code of conduct. FLA found violations related to the freedom of association, collective bargaining and working conditions, but also to safety and health and working time.

English: http://www.just-style.com/news/hugo-boss-tackles-labour-violation …      

FLA code of conduct: http://www.fairlabor.org/our-work/code-of-conduct  

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