PLEASE NOTE: This site uses cookies and similar technologies.

If you do not change your browser settings you are agreeing to their use.

Ecotexile News
Ecotexile News
Ecotexile News
Ecotexile News
Social Media
Home Twitter Facebook Linked In RSS Feed
Published on Thursday, 10 December 2015

Brands urged to pay living wage in Cambodia

Written by John Mowbray

Image: Wiki

PHNOM PENH – The Clean Clothes Campaign has called on brands such as H&M, Gap, Levi, and Inditex to ensure Cambodian garment manufacturing workers receive US$177 as a first step towards a 'living wage'. Cambodia said in October it will raise the minimum wage for workers in the textile industry by almost 10 per cent, to US $140 a month as from January 2016 following negotiations between factories and unions.

THE ECOTEXTILE NEWS BACK ISSUE ARCHIVE

Job of the Week

Be part of something Better - Supply Chain Coordinator at Better Cotton Initiative – London/Geneva

An opportunity to join an enthusiastic and dynamic team that are making significant global changes. Supporting the Senior Manager - Assurance and Supply Chain Compliance, on maintaining the integrity of the Chain of Custody (CoC) guidelines and coordinating the execution of the BCI Assurance Program in your assigned countries.

Need to advertise a job? Email: info@mclnews.com to promote your listing through Careers in Textiles.

Reference Tools