Jan Hubner

General Brotherhood of Workers of American Apparel

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Member of the General Brotherhood of Workers of American Apparel, a union that represents over 90% of the American Apparel workforce, former director of visual merchandising for American Apparel 

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Since firing the founder, Dov Charney, late last year, new management has been struggling to keep American Apparel in business.

American Apparel Hangs by a Thread

Since firing the founder, Dov Charney, late last year, new management has been struggling to keep American Apparel in business.

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