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Herausgeber: Oxfam International

Autor_in: Rachel Wilshaw

Redaktion: Bryony Timms

Schlagwörter: Existenzlohn, Definition, CSR, Unternehmensverantwortung, Management, BWL, Unternehmenspraxis, Arbeitsrechte, Bangladesch, Empfehlungen, Fair Wear Foundation

What are the barriers to ensuring that a living wage is paid, and what are the root causes of low wages? Almost a century after the ILO constitution recognized the need for workers to earn a living wage, this Oxfam paper outlines the compelling reasons for responsible companies to act now to raise wages that are inadequate to meet the needs of workers and their families.
The paper looks at the positive steps taken in a range of sectors, and provides a framework for deeper change. It highlights initiatives already underway and aims to help companies which source from developing countries to understand the issue and what success looks like from an Oxfam perspective. It includes recommendations, signposts further reading and suggests indicators of good practice.

Erscheinungsjahr: 2014

Umfang: 10 Seiten

Sprache: Englisch, Spanisch, Französisch

Zielgruppe: Student_innen, Erwachsene

Medien: Hintergrundinformationen

Bezug: kostenfrei zum Download bei Oxfam.

Herausgeberin: Fair Wear Foundation

Autor_in(nen): Anne Lally

Schlagwörter:  CSR, Unternehmensverantwortung, best practice, Existenzlohn, Outdoor, Fair Wear Foundation, BWL, Management, Benchmarks, wage ladder

FWF is the sole author of this report. In what follows we look at several aspects of living wages. We first look at current wage levels and compare them to available living wage benchmarks. How much would labour costs need to increase in order to ensure that base wages align with living wage benchmarks? We then consider the implications of wage increases for product costs, both for brands and consumers. How much will the price of some sample outdoor products rise if living wages are paid?
In the process of seeking initial answers to such questions, this study helps to advance FWF’s
methodology for measuring what we have dubbed the ‘living wage factor.’ It also enhances
our understanding of the impact of living wage increases for FOB (i.e. freight on board, or the
per product price paid to factories) and retail prices.

Erscheinungsjahr: 2014

Umfang: 26 Seiten

Sprache: Englisch

Zielgruppe: Student_innen, Erwachsene

Medien:  Hintergrundinformationen

Bezug: kostenfrei zum Download bei der Fair Wear Foundation.

Montag, 24 August 2015 02:00

Living Wage-Portal der Fair Wear Foundation

Herausgeber_in: Fair Wear Foundation

Schlagwörter:  Living Wage, Existenzlohn, decent wage, decent living, Blog, Unternehmensverantwortung, Lieferkette, Geschäftspraktiken, CSR, BWL, Betriebswirtschaft

Selbstdarstellung: We have launched this tool for FWF members and everyone involved in trying to make living wages a reality for garment workers. This Portal is designed to grow.
FWF tackles living wages by asking: Why are consumers unable to buy ‘living wage garments’? And what is happening in this market to block what seems like a pretty simple ask?
At FWF, we methodically analyse and unpack the obstacles that have blocked progress on living wages for many years – from lack of collective bargaining and structural issues in supply chains to questions of cost and anti-trust concerns raised by companies.  And our work continues. We will keep adding posts to this Portal as FWF makes progress on this topic – and as our partners also take strides in this area.
FWF is most interested in sharing examples of efforts by brands, factories, trade unions, business associations and various workers groups to develop ‘real-life examples’ of working towards living wages.

Erscheinungsjahr: Launch in 2015, ständige Aktualisierung

Umfang: Webseite

Sprache: Englisch

Zielgruppe: Student_innen,Erwachsene

Medien:  Webseiten/Spiele/Multimedia/Apps

Bezug: Informationen auf der Webseite der Fair Wear Foundation.