Next Collections Ltd.

Date Company Accusation City / Area / Country Source Tags Media
03/10/2013Next Collections Ltd.Excessive work hours at factory (4.500 workers) producing garments; many employees routinely work more than 100 hours/week; regularly work may last until 5 a.m to meet production targets.Dhaka, Dhaka Division, BangladeshThe Wall Street JournalAbusive Management, Excessive Work Hours, Inspection Fraud, Non-Living Wage, Union Repression
03/10/2013Next Collections Ltd.14- to - 23 hour shifts, 7 days/week, reaching to massive 210 hours of overtime, even for pregnant women; extreme work hours; beatings; humiliation; death threats; starvation wages (20 to 24 cents per hour); workers visibly sick, exhausted and dazed.Ashulia, BangladeshInstitute for Global Labour and Human RightsAbusive Management, Beatings & Violence, Death Threats, Forced Overtime, Inspection Fraud, Non-Living Wage, Occupational Hazard, Union Repression, Unpaid Overtime, Unpaid Wages