HONDURAS: Final update on Gildan priority hiring scheme
By just-style.com | 3 October 2006
The Worker Rights Consortium (WRC), the Honduran Independent Monitoring Team (EMIH), and the Maquila Solidarity Network (MSN) have released their final update on the verification of Gildan Activewear's compliance with its pledge to give priority hiring opportunities to ex-workers of its Gildan El Progreso factory.
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