Asos profits hit £64M – but at whose expense?



GMB union calls on the fashion retailer to respect workers following allegations of exploitation
ASOS announced a whopping 37 per cent increase in profits yesterday following allegations of shocking exploitation of 4,000 workers at its warehouse.
The fashion retailer was exposed in June for running a brutal management regime in which workers were subjected to body searches, denied toilet breaks and forced to urinate at water points because there was no time to walk to the toilet.
The online firm has also been using agency workers on zero-hours contracts — meaning they do not know from one... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 76
Source: Morning Star
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