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Assessment of Nestlé's Standard Cocoa Supply Chain in Côte D'Ivoire

Publication date: 
Friday, September 2, 2016
Report type: 
Assessment Report
For this report, the FLA worked with one of Nestlé's tier-1 suppliers to identify an appropriate tier-2 supplier for an assessment of working conditions at farms outside of the "Nestlé Cocoa Plan." Assessors visited farms in four communities, interviewing farmers, farmworkers, and supply chain intermediaries. This report describes the structure of the supply chain they found, and working conditions at the farms.

Fair Labor Association Reports Compensation Figures for Factories in 21 Countries

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Today, the Fair Labor Association (FLA) released its first annual compensation report, publishing data on the earnings of workers in 124 mostly apparel and footwear factories assessed by the FLA in 2015. This first-of-its kind collection and publication of wage data and analysis is part of a commitment by the FLA and its affiliates to improve compensation for workers in global supply chains.    

Toward Fair Compensation in Global Supply Chains: Factory Pay Assessments in 21 Countries

Publication date: 
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Report type: 
Fair CompensationReports
The FLA and its stakeholders (buyers, suppliers, labor rights advocates, and universities) are part of an effort to improve compensation for workers in global supply chains. As a contribution to this effort, the FLA presents here a first-of-its-kind report detailing worker compensation data collected in 2015 by the FLA in 124 mainly apparel and footwear factories in 21 countries.

Hugo Boss Izmir, Turkey

Publication date: 
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Report type: 
Third Party Complaint
On November 5, 2015, the FLA received a Third Party Complaint regarding freedom of association at a facility owned and operated by Hugo Boss in Izmir, Turkey. The Teksif Union, which filed the complaint, alleged harassment of union members by management and that the dismissal of a union member in October 2015 was motivated by the worker's union activities. Subsequently, the FLA received a second complaint, also from the Teksif Union, alleging that another union member had also been dismissed.

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