In a series of country-specific reports, Better Work highlights the key labour issues facing the global apparel industry
Increase profitability and productivity are some benefits of factories that joined our programme in the decade
Better Work Vietnam took three concrete steps to address sexual harassment
Jasan factory halved non-compliance
Better Work has launched a partnership with the Crystal International Group Limited, a clothing manufacturer based in Hong Kong, to expand its influence in a new direction in the garment industry.
In a new series of interviews, Better Work hears from people along the length of global garment supply chains for their perspective on the industry, the issues it faces, and its future.
Better Work has supported hundreds of garment factories to earn significant gains in quality of life for workers and enhance productivity and profitability in the past 10 years.
The Swiss delegation visit to a garment factory in Dong Nai to witness positive changes in working conditions and competitiveness of the country’s leading export industry.
Vietnam’s ratification of fundamental convention on collective bargaining ‘a strong signal’ for garment sector
Vietnam’s ratification of ILO Convention 98 on the Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining.
The International Labour Organization turns 100 this year, marking ten decades working for social justice and decent work for all. Find out how the agency has transformed the garment industry since its earliest days.