To improve working conditions beyond the short-term, transnational regulatory efforts must not only address immediate problems in factories, but also strengthen the state institutions that govern interactions between workers and employers. This study provides evidence to suggest that transnational regulators like Better Work can reinforce the state, dependent on two conditions: local labour mobilization, and support from key stakeholders for engaging the state and factories in order to achieve authoritative interpretations of rules. These findings illuminate the potential, and limits, of transnational initiatives to reinforce state labour regulation.
COVID19, Gender, Industrial Relations, Jordan, Labour Law, Resources, Resources for Jordan, Safety and Health, Training
Countries, Indonesia, Labour Law, Resources, Resources for Indonesia
Labour Law, Resources for Vietnam, Vietnam
- Category: Research brief
- Publication: June 2016