Next, Superdry urged to pay laid-off Cambodian workers

The Labour Behind the Label (LBL) initiative is leading efforts to ensure fashion companies Next and Superdry fulfill their obligation of US $ 500,000 dollars owed to Cambodian garment workers affected by the Wai Full Textiles factory closure during Covid-19.

LBL claims that Wai Full Textiles supplied Next, Superdry, and Asos. Workers received partial yearly leave compensation when the factory stopped operating.

Advocates emphasise that these brands are the former employees’ final option because the factory owners are insolvent and its Hong Kong parent company has been wound up.

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