The amfori BSCI partnership project with the Thai government moves to the last round of promoting responsible recruitment in Thailand. As part of the Thai government efforts to reduce the risk of workers’ exploitation, the project encourages Thai companies to include responsible recruitment practices in their business culture.
This is the last opportunity to benefit from this unique project free of charge. Interested members should complete an expression of interest form for their producers by 23 April. Seats for the workshop in May will be reserved on a first come, first served basis.
On-site coaching visits
As part of the project, an amfori BSCI trainer visits companies in order to guide factory management teams providing hands-on support in implementing the responsible recruitment theory that they learned in the classroom into practice. Thai companies that have already completed the face to face workshops in December last year are now eligible for these on-site practical coaching visits.
“On-site visits enable factory management teams to analyze their existing recruitment processes, identify gaps and the need for improvements. I have noticed that through our support management teams gain better understanding on the importance of responsible recruitment processes”, said an amfori BSCI trainer.
In March, the 2nd round of the project gathered around 25 Thai company representatives from food and non-food companies. So far, around 50 Thai companies have participated in the overall project benefiting from training and tailored support.
Don’t miss out on the chance for your producers to benefit from this project. The last round of workshops will take place this May.
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