Better Work Indonesia: 4th Compliance Synthesis Report

26 Mar 2014

This fourth synthesis report illustrates findings of assessments that the programme carried out between April 2013 and March 2014 in 67 factories in the Greater Jakarta Area.

23 of the factory assessments included in this report have been assessed at least once before. These factories employ a total of 119,002 workers out of a total estimated 500,000 workers in the export apparel industry. This sample is characterized by factories employing between 101 and 6,614 workers.

The data collected illustrates non-compliance with labour standards according to eight clusters: four based on ILO core labour standards regarding child labour, forced labour, discrimination, and freedom of association (FoA) and collective bargaining; and the other four based on national laws pertaining to working conditions: compensation, contracts and human resources, occupational safety and health (OSH), and working time.


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