Labour Market Transparency at a Global Scale - WageIndicator Foundation and Gajimu, 2018.

Labour Market Transparency at a Global Scale - WageIndicator Foundation and Gajimu, 2018. Garment Industry and Gajimu - transparency

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ABSTRACT

DECENT WORK CHECK SURVEY
Gajimu collects information on working conditions in various garment factories through desk research and Decent Work Check Surveys (via Gajimu Garment site, Survey Apps or face-to-face survey)

SURVEY DATA VERIFICATION
Gajimu will send the Survey results to the employer and trade union (if any). Employers and trade unions may verify the data by providing comments, clarifications, explanations of the survey results, which will eventually be shown on the Factory Pages at Gajimu Garment.

FACTORY PAGES
The Decent Work Check Survey result will be presented on the Factory Pages of Gajimu Garment website. Visitors can find out the working conditions and compare the level of compliance of each surveyed garment factory. It will continue to be updated, employers and trade unions can inform the WageIndicator team what progress activities/efforts they have made to improve working conditions, steps that will also be presented at the Factory Pages.

SOCIAL DIALOGUE AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT
The Survey result can be used as basic information to trigger social dialogue, employers may take corrective measures such as adoption of a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), improvement of clauses in a CBA, or workers’ training.

WORKING CONDITION MONITORING SYSTEM
Factory Pages enable more effective monitoring of working conditions by workers, employers, brands, and buyers