The new Lush Tokyo store is the beauty brand’s largest yet in Asia, a three-storey, 1240sqm flagship.
Global cosmetics brand hit by increased cost of ingredients, wages.
What to do with retailers when underpayment isn’t a mistake?
The behaviour of the retail industry with regard to employee wages and entitlements has left it vulnerable to a crusading Labor government and its union backers.
Cosmetics retailer Lush has been publicly vocal about its underpayment of staff after discovering the issue – should other retailers take note?
WATCH: Lush’s people support manager talks to Inside Retail.
The underpayment affects a large number of current and former Lush staff.
Brian Walker examines the art of telling your story.
Have we entered a new era of corporate activism? And if so, what’s the best way for retailers to take a stand?
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