About the Program
Ethical Employment training
The Quizrr Ethical Employment program aims to accelerate the eradication of forced labor in supply chains worldwide. The training focuses on promoting and raising awareness of ethical recruitment and employment – with a special focus on migrant workers.
The training is applicable across key parts of the value chain, including manufacturing, logistics and service sites. The training is also available as a pre-arrival / post-arrival setup, where workers and labor agents receive training during the hiring process at their country of origin, and upon arrival at their destination country of work.
Modules* in this program
- Recruitment practices
- Workplace policies
- Workplace dialogue
- Asia (Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam)
- Middle East and North Africa (Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and UAE)
- Oceania (Australia and New Zealand)
- Europe (Netherlands, France and Spain)
- Americas* (Canada, Mexico and US)
*The training content is applicable across these regions. Language adaptations may be needed.
New markets are added continuously. Reach out to us for more information regarding our markets.
*Our learning modules are based on the ILO Core Conventions, IOM's Migrant Worker Guidelines for Employers, Employer Pays Principle (EPP), OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, the UN SDG's 5, 8, 12 and 17 as well as local law.
This program is currently available in the following languages.
Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia, Bengali, Burmese, Dutch, English, French, Hindi, Kannada, Khmer, Malay, Nepali, Portuguese (Brazil), Sinhalese, Spanish, Tagalog, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Traditional Chinese (Taiwanese) and Vietnamese
Dutch, English, French, Hindi, Kannada, Khmer, Malay, Portuguese (Brazil), Arabic, Nepali, Bengali, Mandarin (Simplified Chinese), Spanish, Tagalog, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Traditional Chinese (Taiwanese) and Vietnamese.
Invest in an Ethical Supply Chain
Forced labor, also referred to as modern slavery or involuntary work, is one of the most pervasive issues facing supply chains today. Modern slavery occurs in almost every country in the world.
people are in modern slavery, worldwide.
sectors account for more than 90% of forced labour cases (manufacturing, construction, services, mining, agriculture).
Migrant workers are at a three times higher risk of being subjected to forced labor.
As a result of the training, we've seen a shift where employees have become more comfortable discussing topics that were previously considered unfamiliar, and are more considerate of colleagues' backgrounds and life story.
HR Innovation Manager, Metrocolor Mexico