H&M: The Use of Cheap Labor and Long Hours

H&M is under fire for contracting with factories that allegedly violate child-labor laws. According to the Guardian, a book being published in Sweden next week describes how two factories in Myanmar had workers as young as 14 laboring more than 12 hours a day making clothes. H&M was one of their clients. In developing countries…

via H&M reportedly used garment factories that worked teens for 12-hour shifts — Quartz

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