1 million training sessions
June 02, 2021
After a year of societal disruption amid the pandemic, many companies are evaluating their corporate sustainability strategies. We all know the positive impact that occurs in environments where shared knowledge, dialogue, and worker engagement are present – and the pandemic has placed yet more emphasis on this fact.
As we celebrate the first million training sessions on our Quizrr platform, we invite you to join us in realizing true behavioral change in supply chains.
From fighting human exploitation to protecting workers’ well-being, Quizrr enables industry leaders to scale critical knowledge on multiple levels of their supply chain. Through educational content and data insights, we can address issues from the bottom up – together.
In this new and evolving landscape in which Corporate Sustainability takes higher precedence, education will continue to be the greatest equalizer of all. In this report, learn how organizations leverage our digital training technology to protect their workers and global supply chains.
Read the FULL REPORT here.
Digital solutions to address migrant workers risks
Register to join the discussion on June 17th on how digital solutions can be used to mitigate modern slavery risks in supply chains worldwide.
OHS Smartphone App
With the ETI Quizrr QR code for the Health & Safety awareness raising training we aim to reach more garment workers in Bangladesh beyond the 25,000 who have already completed the training within the 20 factories supported by ETI and funded by UKAid.
Webinar: How to address child labour and promoting decent work in global supply chains
Join on 30 March at 13:30 – 15:00 CET this major event looking at how to address child labour and promoting decent work in global supply chains: the role of innovation and digital tools.
Webinar: Gender and Access to information among RMG workers in Bangladesh
Quizrr co-founder Sofie Nordström will be speaking at Ethical Trading Initiatives free webinar on - Gender and Access to information among RMG workers in Bangladesh - this Thursday!