In Bangladesh, key public and private sector actors commit to scaling digital wages across garment sector
Dhaka, November 20, 2019 - Media release by Government of Bangladesh: Building on what has been achieved so far, the government and the private sector have committed to working together to solve the challenges in ensuring all garment factories pay their workers digitally. The decision came from the Bangladesh Digital Wages Summit, which convened on 20 November in Dhaka.
Scaling Digital Wages: An Opportunity for Garment Employees and Manufacturers
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