Employers and workers together to fight the COVID-19 pandemic consequences in Indonesia
Better Work Indonesia awareness raising campaign on social media
Towards concerted efforts for business sustainability and protection of workers of garment and footwear industries
Better Work facilitates dialogue among government, workers’ and employers’ organizations.
Employers and workers join forces to reinstate the past glory of Indonesian garment and footwear sector
The Indonesian employers and workers from the garment and footwear industries have opted to join forces to overcome the impact of COVID-19 in the garment and footwear industries.
More than 200 labour inspectors and mediators have been supported by Better Work Indonesia in West and Central Java.
The reform covers working hours, contracts and minimum wage provisions.
In a series of country-specific reports, Better Work highlights the key labour issues facing the global apparel industry
Online stress management training to help garment workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The ILO’s Better Work Indonesia programme has launched an innovative campaign on gender equality in garment industry. Making the best use of technology, BWI’s campaign ran a video blog (vlog) competition.