Do you suspect any of the Chinese workforce in your supply chain to be under the age of 16? Do you employ students or teenagers between the ages of 16 to 18? We have drafted this legal guide to help factories and major brands that source products in China, to ensure they are better informed of the laws and rights pertaining to China's juveniles and young workers. Read on to find out more about the relevant laws and how to ensure your firm is doing everything it is supposed to be doing to support and protect the young workforce.
Fri, 11/30/2012 - 12:06
Fri, 11/30/2012 - 12:01
Enforcing the rights of children often begins with the parent. However, if the parent has left home to seek employment, the wellbeing of the child becomes more difficult to ensure. CCR CSR, in line with its mission to protect the rights of children, has developed this handbook for migrate parents, to help them better engage and look after the wellbeing of their child, even if they are miles away. This handbook complements the training which we offer factories, and other companies which rely on the migrant workforce, to better help them engage and support their employees.
Wed, 11/28/2012 - 15:07
"On the Path to Their Truth" chronicles the voices of 700 young workers and how they perceive their lives, specifically their work situations, as well as their dreams and aspirations. We hope this information will help businesses to develop suitable tools to better understand and enhance communication with their young workers, which will in turn lead to better management strategies.
Please click here to view our 5 minute video, updated April 2013, which also provides imagery and commentary highlighting key research from the report.