The COVID-19 situation has accelerated our adoption of technology and virtual learning
Although the lockdown is officially in effect until 5 May, as of 26 April, apparel factories are allowed to start reopening in phases and zones on a limited scale.
The guidance suggests ways to prevent the spread of coronavirus through a set of administrative and engineering controls.
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.
A closer look at the growth and triumph of a BWB partner factory over the past few years.
A new partnership between the International Labour Organization and Better Than Cash Alliance to promote digital payments.
Sustainability, innovation and expertise development are thus not an option but a must for the Bangladesh’s apparel industry.
Better Work Business Forum highlights the importance of a sustainability vision for Bangladesh’s RMG sector
Future of Bangladesh’s $34 billion industry heavily linked to improved labour market governance, effective social dialogue and responsible sourcing practices.
Inspiring stories from factories affiliated with Better Work Bangladesh (BWB) show that breastfeeding facilities in the workplace benefit working mothers, their babies and employers.
ILO and Gap Inc. launch new initiative to improve industrial relations in Bangladesh garment industry
ILO and GAP Inc. initiative will help build the capacity of factory management, compliance staff, union members and workplace committee members on topics such as freedom of association, collective bargaining, international labour standards, HR management, communications and negotiation techniques, as well as increase the understanding of the Bangladesh Labour Act.