Tuesday, 18 October 2016 by

Have you ever thought of developing an APP for your workers? Right now most of us have smartphones that allow us not only call and use internet but also help us play and learn. You can design an application in which workers can play while learning about their labor rights and obligations and even develop


Tuesday, 20 September 2016 by

With the technology available, it is becoming easier to learn new things and even maintain contact. During a course we could open a page on Facebook, or a group on Whatsapp for participants to share concerns, questions or suggestions. If you leave the group open once the course is over, it could help participants continue


Tuesday, 09 February 2016 by

It would seem that stamps are increasingly obsolete, but thousands of people still use them daily. We could convince the authorities to design a postage stamp commemorating the respect for the rights of workers. We could even buy a large roll stamps and give them to our workers to use them in letters written to

I’m a member

Tuesday, 15 December 2015 by

If the objective of a training is to produce a change on the way things are done, the behavior of the participants, then we want the change to be permanent. Participants often find challenges in implementing what they have learned. Is a training enough? Why not create a forum for participants from similar trainings? With the

Development center

Tuesday, 15 September 2015 by

Many companies have very very young workers. Some companies even have a high number of workers on staff who have just turned the legal age to work. Many of these young workers, if not most,  have no idea what they want to do with their future, although they know that their future is not in

This interests me

Tuesday, 30 June 2015 by

What magazines do you your workers read? Have you ever thought about writing an article for them or have any of their journalists interview you or write a story about you? It would be a good way to  spread the values you promote in your company among the workers, not only those working for you


Tuesday, 02 June 2015 by

How many of your employees are migrants? How many use the holiday to return home to enjoy it with their loved ones? It would be a good idea that they take you with them in their journey. Not literally, but in their bags. Again, not literally. Give your employees a suitcase or travel bag in

On the air

Tuesday, 06 January 2015 by

Is there a local radio in your area? Do your workers listen to it? You could negotiate with the radio a weekly program on common concerns that workers have, on respecting labor rights, on the importance of a good work environment. How would you call the program?

Annual competition

Tuesday, 11 March 2014 by

I remember when I was little we had annual spelling bees at school. Competitions in front of the class or school where you had to spell words that increased in difficulty. What if we do the same in the company? Not a spelling bee of course, but an annual competition on rights. What can be

The bus is here!

Tuesday, 11 February 2014 by

An industrial area I visited a few years ago, had a bus on labour rights. The bus visited different factories each week, parking in front of the facilities so any worker could access it. Workers could get specific material, ask questions about how to exercise their rights and get immediate responses from professionals. All companies


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