Phillips Van Heusen (PVH)

Date Company Accusation City / Area / Country Source Tags Media
03/10/2013Next Collections Ltd.
(Supplier Of Phillips Van Heusen (PVH))
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
Alianza Fashion
(Supplier Of Phillips Van Heusen (PVH))
For 12 years, Alianza robbed workers of over $6 million in wages and benefits, changed it's legal name 4 times, and defrauded the  Guatemalan Social Security Institute (including the workers’ pension accounts) of over $4.7 million. Alianza sold garments to brands who then profited by 415% and 550% mark-ups.
Chimaltenango, GuatemalaInstitute for Global Labour and Human RightsNon-Living Wage, Tax Avoidance, Tax Evasion, Union Repression, Unpaid Insurance, Unpaid Wages
(Suppliers Of Phillips Van Heusen (PVH))
Chinese conglomerate supplying leading brands discharged hormone-disrupting chemicals and other toxins into the country's major water systems, according to Greenpeace.Yinzhou, Ningbo, Zhejiang, ChinaGreenpeace, The GuardianNegligence, Pollution
01/05/2011Eastman Exports
(Supplier Of Phillips Van Heusen (PVH))
Sumangali workers employed at least until April 2010 in factory producing yarn and textiles. Other labor concerns include: 12 hour daily shifts (72 hours/week); more than 12 hours during peak season; freedom of movement is restricted.Tamil Nadu, IndiaSOMOChild Labor, Excessive Work Hours, Unpaid Overtime
01/05/2011SSM India
(Supplier Of Phillips Van Heusen (PVH))
Sumangali workers at factory (~5,000 workers) manufacturing apparel: below legally-set minimum wages;  12 hour daily shifts for hostel workers ( 72 hours/week) plus mandatory overtime in peak season; 15 year old girls recruited; workers not allowed to leave factory premises freely.Tamil Nadu, IndiaSOMOChild Labor, Excessive Work Hours, Forced Overtime, Non-Living Wage, Union Repression, Unpaid Overtime