Living Wage Tools For Fairer, More Productive Supply Chains

Ensuring a living wage for your workers brings business benefits and yet millions of workers still don’t receive one. We round up 14 tools and guides that can help you drive change in your supply chains.

It’s 2019, and yet thousands of garment workers are still not making enough money to live on. 14 million people in the industry worldwide are paid only just over the minimum wage, and that in itself is less than half a living wage.

A living wage makes good sense on all levels -  it isn’t just good for workers, it’s good for business too. Research from Better Work showed that when wages are put up even just one percent there is an incremental increase in revenue even once that cost has been acc…

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Author
Clare Lissaman

Head of Oxfam Advisory Services at Oxfam and 2 others