The Workplace Cooperation Program is an initiative of the International Labour Office (ILO) and a major retailer in the global garment industry. The program aims at training workers and managers to more effectively address and resolve non-compliance issues. This project serves as an evaluation of the program.
Phase 1 (2017) evaluation efforts focused on the training itself, including both the materials used as well as receiving/delivering the training. The purpose was to identify the key strengths and potential problem areas, with suggestions for future improvements. Phase 2 (2018) evaluation efforts are focused on impacts on the factory floor, and whether the training has translated into improvements for workers.
International Labour Office
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