24 May '12, 6pm

Gap, Levi’s, H&M Garment Workers in Cambodia Strike Over Poverty Wages

Gap, Levi’s, H&M Garment Workers in Cambodia Strike Over Poverty Wages

More than 5,000 Cambodian garment workers failed to reach an agreement with their employers on Tuesday after 11 days of striking. Negotiations between the Coalition of Cambodia Apparel Workers Democratic Union and Singapore-owned SL Garment Processing broke down after workers rejected offers they regarded as less than satisfactory. Employees at the facility a base pay of $61 a month, which requires them to toil eight hours a day, six days a week.

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/gap-levis-hm-garment-workers-in-...

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