Germany - Lidl supports wage fairness in the supply chain - November 30, 2019

By signing the ACT Memorandum of Understanding, Lidl became the first German discounter to commit to ensuring living wages. ACT stands for action, collaboration and transformation and is an agreement between global brands and retailers and trade unions to transform the garment, textile and footwear industry and achieve living wages for workers through collective bargaining at industry level. Hence Lidl will consequently support freedom of association, collective bargaining and responsible purchasing practices in its garment and footwear supply chain.

 

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