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This brief presents the findings of initial research evaluating the effectiveness of Better Work training.
This research brief summarizes a study of the interactions between Better Work Indonesia and Indonesian state labour market institutions, focused on governance of fixed-term contracts and minimum wage negotiations.
The paper summarized in this brief contributes strong evidence supporting the business case for better working conditions.
This research brief presents the results of a comparison of worker and management perceptions about the impact of the Better Work programme in Lesotho.
This research brief presents results of recent analysis of responses from workers and managers in Better Work factories in Indonesia, Jordan and Vietnam revealing what causes verbal abuse in garment factories.
This brief summarizes recent findings from research that has identified attributes which can lead to sexual harassment in workplaces in the garment sector.
Improvements in women’s incomes can be transformative, often leading to greater investments in children’s health and education that result in better overall human development outcomes.
Evidence from Better Work surveys shows that much like patterns across the global garment industry, the majority of workers (about 80%) in the factories where Better Work operates are women.
This brief looks at evidence from ongoing Better Work impact assessment research in Vietnam, and explores how disparities between workers' perceptions and managers' perceptions of working conditions has an impact on worker well-being.