"Sir! Our factory workers in Sweden are protesting for a living wage...and it seems like it's going to get out of hand...we should do something!!!"
" Oh forget it Rob! There isn't an agreed living wage for the entire world, so what others say shouldn't matter to us. Let's focus on what's important, did you see the stock, what's it at?"
The Clean Clothes Campaign finds out about the H&M wage issue.
"After continuing to monitor H&M, it is clear that they still haven't done any efforts in bringing a living wage to their factory workers. By continuing to ignore protests and petitions signed by the workers regarding this issue, H&M will display a bad image to its' customers."
Bettina approaches the CEO of H&M to address changes.
"Mr. Karl-Johan Persson, it seems that you have been failing to fulfill your commitment to ensure that all your factory workers get a living wage. This may not seem as big of an issue to you, but those workers have not been paid well. You have been strictly ordered to take action and stop this scandal of poverty wages!"
"I apologize for my fault regarding this issue. I now see how it greatly affects the factory workers. My company and I will start to make an effort to get this wage issue sorted."