Supply Chain Innovation

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The FLA Fair Compensation strategy includes a commitment on the part of FLA-affiliated companies to immediately remediate any legal pay violations found within their supply chains, and also includes a commitment by the FLA and company affiliates to engage with governments in support of inclusive minimum-wage-setting procedures.  This page organizes guidance for companies on emerging compensation issues detected by FLA factory assessors around the world, as well as a record of actions taken by the FLA and affiliated companies to engage governments to help improve the compensation environment for workers in countries where FLA affiliates source their products.

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17 FLA Affiliates Oppose Unfair Minimum Wage Exemption for Myanmar Garment Workers

Publication date: 
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Report type: 
Fair CompensationNews and Action
On Tuesday, July 14, 2015, the Fair Labor Association sent a letter to the Ministry of Labor in Myanmar standing against efforts to exempt the fast-growing garment sector from paying their workers the country's new minimum wage. The letter was signed by the FLA Vice President of Programs and 17 FLA affiliates