Around six years ago, I travelled to Jordan from Bangladesh in pursuit of a better future for myself and my...
Bridging The Gap – Building Bridges highlights the journey of Ms. Sotheary, her role in the frontline during the pandemic as a trainer, and how the Building Bridges Programmes have improved her working ways.
The story of Hanadi Osama
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in increased difficulty in lives worldwide – uncertainty, fear and loneliness have been experienced by...
The male leadership programme has created a space for women to participate and voice out their concerns inside the factory. It upholds the core value of respecting the voice of all genders to create fairer, more productive, and inclusive workplaces.
Better Work Academy: building capacity and identifying long-term solutions.
A new project to broaden the impact of Better Work brings together diverse global supply chain players in an innovative partnership to drive long-term change.
Better Work Jordan training programme highlights improvements to business productivity and worker well-being since its implementation at the beginning of 2017
Better Work highlights factories with high levels of compliance, sustainable systems and advanced worker-management dialogue
What does it take for a factory to achieve – and maintain – high levels of labour compliance? Two factories producing apparel for Asics, Target, Levi’s and Nike are leading the way and hope to inspire others across the industry.
Better Work and Disney have teamed up in an effort to improve factory working conditions. The partnership led to trainings for 201 managers from 115 licensee companies that in turn contract some 2,447 factories.