Outdoor sportswear company and ETI member, Regatta, has encouraged one of its Chinese supplier to initiate a worker motivation scheme as part of its commitment to ETI/ILO SCORE business management training.
With women making up most factory floor and agricultural workers, ETI has released new business guidance for companies on empowering women in supply chains.
Following recent reports on the urgency of climate change action and the need to mitigate the environmental impact of business, ETI's Industrial Relations Adviser, Beverley Hall, asks 'what about the workers?'
As we mark the tenth World Day for Decent Work, ETI's Beverley Hall reflects on what this means and how we can achieve it.
ETI's new Base Code Guidance aims to help companies unravel the complexities of gender equality in supply chains.
As an entrepreneur, Mostafiz Uddin is passionate about all aspects of the denim industry. He also believes everyone should benefit from the world of work.
Why making hidden and overlooked children visible, and why identifying solutions to child labour in informal work spaces is a priority.
Multinational retailer and ETI member, Marks & Spencer, is working to eliminate sexual harassment and gender discrimination in its India supply chain. Reaching around 12,000 women across India, the programme is the focus of a short film published today by ETI.
Social insurance presents one of the biggest challenges for stakeholders in Chinese supply chains seeking to implement ethical trading standards.
How ETI and its members reached out to all parties in a factory dispute in Turkey to build cooperation and trust.
"Quality means a lot," explains Qu Yang in this case study that illustrates how ETI and ILO training is helping Chinese workers and management improve relations and their company's bottom line.
Last week, US Senator Elizabeth Warren introduced a bill dubbed the Accountable Capitalism Act, which aims to redistribute wealth and ensure American corporations consider wider stakeholders in their decision-making.