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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.
Discussion Paper 14: Sexual Harassment in Garment Factories: Firm Structure, Organizational Culture and Incentive Systems
Yulya Truskinovsky Janet Rubin Drusilla Brown
Marzia Fontana Andrea Silberman
The purpose of this evaluation is to capture the achievements of the project and design and implementation of the second phase of the project
This document contains Better Work’s guidance on the labour law on Building Safety.
This document contains Better Work’s guidance on the Minimum Wage Procedure. It is based on Indonesia Labour Law and regulations.
This brief provides an explanation of the legal standards underlying the questions in the Better Work CAT on Forced Labour.
The Provincial Governor of Banten Regulation No. 561.2/Kep.357-Huk/ of 2012, which was signed on 25 April 2012, regulates the Approval of Postponement for the 2012 Minimum Wage.