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This document contains guidance on the Minimum Wage Postponement. It follows discussions between Better Work Indonesia and the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration Read more Guidelines for High-performance factoriesResources for Brands, Resources for FactoriesBetter Work Jordan Newsletter: April – June 2011Jordan, Resources for JordanGuide to Vietnamese Labor Law for the Garment Industry – 5th editionLabour [...]162
With the majority of garment workers being young women, maternity rights at work are of great importance. In Lesotho, Better Work is striving to ensure that the needs and rights of pregnant workers are being met.
This case study details the National Tripartite Plan of Action in Bangladesh’s garment industry
In 2012, the stakeholders in Jordan entered into discussions regarding the establishment a collective bargaining agreement for the garment sector, to secure good working conditions and promote workplace cooperation. With support from Better Work Jordan and ILO experts, the collective bargaining agreement was signed by employers and unions in 2013, and covers more than 55,000 workers [...]165
19 June 2013. Phnom Penh – When Ros Pagna was only 11 years old, she began working in a garment factory in Phnom Penh. The oldest of five siblings, Pagna left school at Grade 6, and using a fake ID, she got a job alongside her mother. Having learned how to use a sewing machine at […]
Factories may improve working conditions and then learn whether or not these improvements were beneficial. Examining the decision to reverse previous improvements in working conditions (retrogress) reveals information that may help make programmes to improve working conditions self-sustaining. Read more Discussion Paper 41: Worker Voice and Labor Standards – Study of Participation Committees in Supply [...]