SHEFFIELD – Just 3 out of 20 leading global apparel brands investigated were found to have measures in their supply chains to pay garment workers living wages. Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) looked at the policies of companies including adidas, H&M, Puma, Tchibo, Hugo Boss and Amazon. It found that while 17 are members of initiatives that profess a commitment to living wages, this is not translating to improvements in wages for garment workers.
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