Istanbul, employees of a supplier have remained from the morning to the evening without work: they have filled the clothes for sale of leaflets that are going around the world
MILAN - "I did this boss that you are about to buy, but I was not paid for it." With this singular and successful protest, the workers of a Zara supplying company have brought great attention around their case: a story coming from Istanbul and is rapidly gaining the net.
They left the tickets with that phrase in the Spanish clothing chain stores, explaining they were working for Bravo, a closed business within a few hours, from which they complain of having to pay back three months of pay and other arrears.
The news, which the Associated Press has given, is approaching the lighthouse on the demand of Iberian employees - and above all those who work for their Turkish factories - for their working conditions to improve. The Bravo Tekstil company, reports Independent, also produced clothing for Mango and Next.
The Zara brand, which is part of the giant Inditex, has for a few days held a meeting with the International Labor Organization to put on the table the best business practices in the field of employee rights and their protection and spread them along. Yet, the British headline still remembers, the Spanish chain has not been exempt from many criticisms, which concerned both the environmental damage caused and the working conditions along its production chain. He was also accused of employing Syrian children or refugees. In Bravo's specific case, Rebuilds Cnbc, Inditex responded to the criticisms, pointing out that all that was to the supplier was paid and even activated with a fund for the support of former employees.