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Training supervisors in people skills can dramatically improve the quality of worker’s lives
Insights Better Work publishes mainly three types of publications: Compliance synthesis reports for each of its country programmes, presenting analysis of non-compliance at the aggregate level. The goal of these reports is to provide transparent information for all programme stakeholders regarding working conditions in the factories participating in the programme. Briefs focused on research or policy, [...]153
This brief presents the findings of initial research evaluating the effectiveness of Better Work training.
Better Work fosters individual factory improvements, creating a ripple effect across national industries and impacting millions of lives. Partnering with national government bodies who have the power to enact good laws that offer protection and rights in the countries where we work is the only way we will achieve sustainable impact. Harnessing the expertise of [...]155
Workers have the ability to be advocates and effective change agents within their factories. We work with unions and directly with workers to help realize their rights on the factory floor and find ways to boost their skills so that they can engage in productive discussions and negotiate with employers. We create opportunities that draw [...]156
BWJ will support the country in the creation of jobs for Syrian refugees across qualified industrial zones
Eighth Annual Better Work Jordan Buyers’ Forum discusses ways to achieve new milestones in the working and living conditions of the sector’s workers
The importance of fire and life safety, and how to improve the environment in the workplace
This document contains Better Work’s guidance concerning Employment Dismissal Procedures according to Indonesia Law.
This document contains Better Work’s explanations of the law on Substituting or Switching Days. It is based on Indonesia Labour Law and regulations and follows Better Work Indonesia’s discussions with the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration. Read more 5.4. Wages InformationCountries, Labour Law, Resources, Resources for IndonesiaDiscussion Paper 38: Sexual Harassment – Causes and RemediationCambodia, [...]