This paper presents the results of a comparison of worker and management perceptions about the impact of the Better Work programme in Lesotho (BWL). The aim of the comparison is to establish whether, and to what degree, there is agreement between workers and managers on the issues on which BWL has had an impact, and whether this impact is sustainable. The impact of BWL on compliance with labour standards is measured by comparing direct feedback from workers/management at the outset of BWL (2011/2012) with their feedback two years later (2013/2014). The findings are remarkable in the level of agreement between workers and managers on the main areas of positive impact. We find that workers and managers agree strongly on improvements in some compliance areas, namely, health and safety, communication and relations. However, they vary in their perceptions about the degree of improvement in supervisor relations. Similarly, different tiers of management agree that there has been a positive impact on productivity, but vary in their perceptions about the degree of improvement. We also find that BWL has had a positive impact on workers beyond the factory, including better financial budgeting and improved health and safety practices, for example.