Using Employee Feedback to Assess Working Conditions
September 2, 2020
Following the second event in a five part series of webinars, hosted in partnership with the International Organization for Migration and the US Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, GFEMS is pleased to share our latest briefing: Using Employee Feedback to Assess Working Conditions: Identifying Risks through Worker Engagement
The briefing provides an overview of the discussion held during the webinar, as well as highlights key themes for supply chain actors, recommendations for promoting responsible recovery, and an overview of the challenges faced in supply chains relating to modern slavery.
Webinar description: Workers themselves know better than anyone when they are at risk or when they have been aggrieved. The problem is that many companies aren’t asking or aren’t listening — at least not in an effective manner. Numerous solutions to strengthen worker voice already exist while technological advances continue to offer refinements. Technology is also just one component in an operational strategy of dialogue and engagement. In this session, we will explore the most promising products and concepts in identifying and addressing modern slavery through worker feedback.