Infographic describing the steps on the journey towards implementing a Living Wage
A case study demonstrating that what is bad for workers is also bad for business.
Practical guidance on implementing living wages in global supply chains.
Details of a major global, multi-sector survey of suppliers, undertaken by joint-ETIs and the ILO.
For a wage to be a living wage, it must meet weekly, monthly and annual costs, not just an hourly amount. That's where collective bargaining with trade unions comes in.
Why is the UK's new national living wage leaving some workers worse off?
Factsheet describing ACT, a multi-stakeholder initiative to address wages in textile and garment supply chains.
A wage you can afford to live on - still elusive for many workers.
Modern slavery, trafficking, the living wage, and labour exploitation of refugees: from Syria to Thailand here’s four stories we predict will be debated this year.