German companies are falling short on human rights. Could this be a tipping point for duty of care laws across Europe?
There have been a string of human rights allegations against German companies
This month has seen a string of human rights allegations against German companies. Big names like Aldi, Lidl, Rewe and Edeka have been accused by Oxfam of poverty pay, harsh working conditions, and gender discrimination in their supply chains.
Volkswagen and Thyssenkrupp have bee…
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