Treating Workers Fairly

Enable Transparency and Accountability

Large companies and brands claim to respect human rights. How do they that without knowing exactly who is in their supply chains? Clothing is a $3 trillion a year industry with 40 million workers. Most are poor and unskilled in developing countries. 85% are women working in informal factories and homes. To claim workers are treated well and paid fairly companies must know the names and location of every last one.
Bluenumbers show every worker in a supply chain. Companies can prove that all their workers are treated well, know exactly where they work and in what conditions. All claims can be evidenced with the direct participation of every worker involved.

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