The Fair Labor Association and its stakeholders—buyers, suppliers, labor rights organizations, and universities—are part of a global effort to improve workers’ compensation. Workers in global supply chains often earn poverty level wages that are not sufficient to support themselves or their families, and the FLA is committed to addressing this urgent issue.
The FLA Code of Conduct states that workers have a right to compensation within a regular work week that is sufficient to meet their basic needs and have some discretionary income. FLA affiliates have aligned their internal codes of conduct with this commitment and, alongside the FLA, have committed to make progress to achieve this goal. Ongoing reporting on the FLA’s strategy, progress, tools for stakeholders, and other news and information are available below.