Spreadshirt, the firm that lets users upload their own T-shirt slogans, has defended two that have been branded racist. But while it said it will not axe them, they seem to have been removed from some of its sites.
UK cosmetics company Lush is to pay its UK workers at least the National Living Wage and is offering non-UK staff the chance to relocate to its factory in Germany, due to lack of clarity over their rights post-Brexit.
Tourists are heading back to Europe, and the recovery is showing up in everything from rising hotel bookings to tax-free shopping and air traffic, leading to a brighter earnings outlook for travel and leisure companies.
London-based clothing company Epona has joined the pioneering Fairtrade Textile Programme to provide its workers with support and training in areas such as health and safety, living wages and worker empowerment.
Signet Jewelers Ltd said it would review its workplace-related policies, as the jeweler steps up efforts to contain the damage from sexual harassment allegations against executives at its Sterling Jewelers unit.