Company Tracker

Where do the big brands stand in the race to a living wage?*

Paying the women who make our clothes enough money to cover the basics in life is the right thing to do. But that doesn’t mean it’s simple.

Each brand is rated on their progress so far. Explore below to see how the brands you buy are doing on their journey to create a fairer fashion industry. Many of the country’s biggest and most well-known brands are lagging behind and we need your voice. Take action and let brands know you expect more from them.

What do the colours mean?

  • Taken action
  • Taken some action
  • Taken no action
  • No action taken / Not yet applicable
Company Tracker
Step 1:
Be Transparent
Step 2:
Make a commitment
Step 3:
Separate labour costs
Step 4:
Publish your plans
Step 5:
Pay a Living Wage
Demand Change

Owned by Hanes Brands

Owned by City Chic Collective Ltd.

Owned by Factory X

Owned by Factory X

Owned by Just Group

Owned by Just Group

Owned by Just Group

Owned by Wesfarmers

Owned by Mosaic Brands

Owned by Mosaic Brands

Owned by Mosaic Brands

Owned by Mosaic Brands

Owned by Wesfarmers

Owned by Inditex

  • *The company tracker reflects brands’ policies and practices in relation to third-party suppliers only. It does not apply to manufacturing facilities owned by brands.
  • For full details about how brands can achieve a living wage, please refer to Sewing Kit
  • Oxfam Australia does not endorse or have any affiliation with the featured companies. Oxfam Australia acknowledges that the copyright in the logos featured is the property of these companies