Nike Factory To Pay $1M To Indonesian Workers For Overtime [Headlines]

Nike Factory To Pay $1M To Indonesian Workers For Overtime [Headlines]
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Major sportswear and equipment supplier to compensate Southeast Asian workers for their extra hours

Sam McNerney
  • 13 january 2012

A Nike factory has agreed to pay $1m in unpaid overtime to Indonesian workers in a move that could force other suppliers of multinational companies to follow suit.

Nearly 4,500 employees at one of the sportswear group’s suppliers, the PT Nikomas shoe plant in Banten province, will be compensated for close to 600,000 hours of overtime clocked up over the past two years. The Guardian.

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