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Barrister issues public call for evidence on Boohoo working practices

Boohoo has launched an independent review into allegations of unacceptable working conditions at factories operated by some..
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Frasers Group minimum wage scandal: What now?

One of Frasers Group’s warehouses was found to be underpaying staff. Retail Gazette speaks to experts to find out what's next.
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Primark pledges to pay suppliers for “all outstanding orders”

Primark has reportedly committed to paying suppliers in full for all of its outstanding garment orders.
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Tesco extends payment terms for small suppliers to “navigate” Covid-19

Tesco has extended improved payment terms for its smaller suppliers until 2021 to help support businesses ride out the Covid-19..
Lidl to begin operations at new £70m distribution centre

Lidl to begin operations at new £70m warehouse

Lidl has announced that it will start operations at its new £70 million warehouse in Peterborough from tomorrow.
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Retailers urged to drop Chinese supply chain over forced labour concerns

Retailers have been criticised for sourcing their clothes from factories in Xinjiang, China, which was recently accused by the..
Hotel Chocolate to create 200 jobs as quarterly sales surge

Hotel Chocolate to create 200 jobs as quarterly sales surge

Hotel Chocolat is to create 200 jobs in its chocolate-making factory and distribution site after a surge in online demand.
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Retailers call on government to investigate UK fashion supply chain

Fashion retailers including the likes of New Look and River Island alongside 50 MPs, have written to the government..
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Boohoo urges government to take action after slavery scandal

Boohoo has urged the government to take action in protecting workers by introducing a licensing scheme to ensure that textile..
Amazon will no longer transfer UK sellers’ goods to the EU after Brexit in a move set to have major implications for merchants both sides of the border.

Amazon UK sellers could lose “huge number of sales” to EU as inventory transfers...

Amazon will no longer transfer UK sellers’ goods to the EU after Brexit in a move set to have major implications for merchants.

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8 Tips to Ensure Great Employee Experience in Times of Crisis

We know 2020 has been a challenging year for workplaces around the world. To help you cope with disruption, we've put together an eBook offering 8...