The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at why UK retailer Marks & Spencer is the top company for monitoring and reporting on modern slavery, how a potential minimum wage in Vietnam may be a hike too far, and why H&M's CEO has been named a leader for sustainability

Marks & Spencer top for modern slavery reporting

Retailer Marks & Spencer has been named as the highest performing FTSE 100 company for monitoring and reporting on modern slavery in its supply chain, with luxury brand Burberry scoring third, in a report that also highlights a deficit in action by many UK-listed firms.

Will new Vietnam wage hinder competitiveness?

Vietnam's National Salary Council may have agreed to increase the country-wide minimum wage next year by the smallest proportion in a decade, but the country's clothing manufacturers are still warning this will be a hike too far.

Bangladesh garment workers rally for higher wages

Bangladesh's National Garment Workers Federation (NGWF) has kicked off a new campaign calling for higher wages for the country's garment workers.

MAS Holdings shares commitment to sustainability

Sri Lankan apparel and fabrics conglomerate MAS Holdings has shared with just-style a number of recent steps that have been taken across the business as part of its growing commitment to sustainability. 

H&M CEO named sustainability leader

Karl-Johan Persson, chief executive officer of Swedish fashion retailer H&M, has been named a sustainability leader for his efforts to drive increased sustainability and systematic change.