Bosses force female workers making jeans for Levis and Wrangler into sex

Women at factories in Lesotho owned by Taiwanese firm say jobs
and promotions in jeopardy if they refuse advances, claims
report

Women producing jeans for American brands including Levi
Strauss, Wrangler and Lee have been forced to sleep with their
managers to keep their jobs or gain promotion, an investigation
into sexual harassment and coercion at garment factories in Lesotho
has found.

Brands have responded to the “extensive” allegations by the

the US-based Worker Rights Consortium
by signing enforceable
agreements with labour and women’s rights groups to eliminate
gender-based violence for more than 10,000 workers at five
factories owned by the Taiwanese company Nien Hsing, one of the
southern African country’s largest employers.

Source: FS – All-News2-Economy
Bosses force female workers making jeans for Levis and Wrangler into sex