The Rights & Responsibilities training covers basic information about the rights and responsibilities of both workers and managers.
With every right comes responsibility, often based on employment policies and guidelines on issues such as overtime, maternity leave, health and safety, and the benefits of establishing an efficient worker-manager dialogue at the workplace.
The Ethical Recruitment training tool aims at educating both management and workers on their basic rights and responsibilities, with a focus on the importance of ethical recruitment, and the ways to ensure it. The training is available in Thai, Khmer and Burmese.
The Initiative started in 2017, when a collection of leading Nordic food companies was in search of new solutions and approaches, relevant for their supply chains in Thailand with a focus on migrant workers. The Ethical Recuritment training tool is currently being piloted in Thailand.
The Worker Engagement training is aimed at enabling functioning systems for problem solving and worker-management relations, covering issues such as effective communications, employee satisfaction, worker representation and participation.
For managers, an advanced-level executive summary explains how worker engagement and dialogue benefit the factory in terms of stability, decreased staff turnover and increased production.
The Wage Management training introduces wage management systems, employment benefits, regulations on overtime, and career opportunities.
For managers, an advanced-level executive summary explains how a good wage management system benefit the factory in terms of stability, decreased staff turnover and increased production.
The migrant parent training offers a range of support mechanisms and tools to help workers overcome the challenges associated with being a migrant parent worker.
The training, which consists of five key modules addresses some of the biggest challenges migrant parent workers face with regards to distant parenting, such as understanding children’s needs, identifying and handling signs of distress and creating effective remote communication. The content of the training is based on CCR CSR’s migrant parenting training.
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