Our names are Mateo Mares and Amilcar Cardona. Until early January of this year, we hauled Skechers shoes from the Port of Los Angeles to their national distribution center. We were fired for trying to improve our working conditions and for standing up for our rights. Drivers like us are standing up for our rights by filing legal claims with the government for wage theft, wage violations,…
Skechers' primary contractor at the ports has hired a "union buster" whose specialty is stopping Latino workers from making a better future…Read More
Amilcar worked hard for many years hauling Skechers shoes but now he doesn't have any work and doesn't have any money to buy food or pay…Read More
Mateo's family is struggling because of Skechers' primary contractor Green Fleet Systems. Mateo, who hauled Skechers shoes was recently…Read More
Skechers received F rating at Free2Work.org, which rates companies on their efforts to address forced and child labour, using four main…Read More
Skechers' trucking contractor found to have engaged in over 50 violations of labor law.