Better Work response to COVID-19 pandemic in our country programmes.
One-month course programme on Human Resources and Occupational Safety and Health Management Systems implementation in Nicaragua
Factories that stayed with Better Work more than five years have better non-compliance rates
Achievements on alarm systems, time off for breastfeeding and verbal abuse prevention
Factories that installed air-conditioning or cooling systems are reaping good results
In a series of country-specific reports, Better Work highlights the key labour issues facing the global apparel industry
Better Work Nicaragua working together with national stakeholders and supporting prevention measures at the factory level.
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.
Study shows that while payment by performance can bring higher wages, poorly designed piece rate systems have negative impacts on workers.
Better Work launches a step-change five-year strategy to significantly increase its impact in the global garment industry.