Better Work response to COVID-19 pandemic in our country programmes.
Of the 33 factories, 22 did not have on-site medical facilities and staff.
After the workshop, participants were able to suggest concrete actions for better relations.
With an increase in cases of sexual harassment in factories, we implemented prevention and training packages that targeted workers, supervisors, managers, and trainers, as well as MAST inspectors.
In a series of country-specific reports, Better Work highlights the key labour issues facing the global apparel industry
In a new series of interviews, Better Work hears from people along the length of global garment supply chains for their perspective on the industry, the issues it faces, and its future.
Better Work and partners are tackling sexual harassment in factories in Haiti.
The International Labour Organization turns 100 this year, marking ten decades working for social justice and decent work for all. Find out how the agency has transformed the garment industry since its earliest days.
Study shows that while payment by performance can bring higher wages, poorly designed piece rate systems have negative impacts on workers.