Haiti’s labour laws in audio to support learning and understanding of rights and responsibilities in the workplace
Better Work Haiti provides new tools to build workers’ knowledge of national labour law and international labour standards.
Judith is a young mother of a baby boy who is almost one year old. Every morning she takes the bus for about 7.6km to go to work at one of the garment factories in Port-au-Prince. Her job allows her to earn a regular salary to take care of her son and other family members.
For a fair and open-minded dialogue – The work of the Office of the Labour Ombudsman (Special Mediator) in the garment sector in Haiti
Go Haiti S.A – How strong management systems contribute to high levels of compliance with labour standards.
A focus on management awareness and training yields positive results for a new Haitian garment factory 10 December 2016 Port...