Sports and outdoor shops – How does Sports Direct rate?

Sports Direct have hardly been out of the headlines in recent weeks due to its treatment of warehouse staff. But is Sports Direct the only sportswear retailer with a poor workers' rights record?

Ethical Consumer help answer this question in their new guide to sports and outdoor shops.
The guide rates and ranks 13 retailers, looking at their usual range of issues from toxic chemicals and environmental reporting to workers' rights and supply chain management policies.

As you will see from the statistic on the image above it's not a rosy picture. However, they also reveal their Best Buy recommendations showing that some options are better than others.

Visit their website to find out more. You'll need to subscribe to see the score tables and Best Buy information but the article on the page is free to all users.

We hope you find the guide useful and informative.

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