June Textiles Agrees to Compensate Workers

June Textiles Factory has agreed to compensate more than 4,000 workers who have lost their jobs when the factory burned down after months of protests and arbitration hearings. The announcement came from the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia that the workers would be receiving the full amount awarded. All after appeals from the International Labor Organization, the Worker Rights Consortium in the US and others appealed to the company.