Early factory workers started using the app to provide real-time, anonymous feedback at their workplace. The app is designed for continued use and has been well received by a large number of contributors eager to provide feedback and have their voices heard. Many thanks to the Climax Garb team in Bangladesh for their contribution, support and trust.
“As the data points grow, we will be able to generate a standardized social score for the workplace that can be compared nationally, internationally and across the industry. , it can be published and used with international buyers, and even made available to consumers in stores and online – answering for the first time “who made my clothes?” PrimaDollar said on its website.
For the first time, international buyers can see when their actions (a canceled order, a delayed shipment, a rush job, a delayed payment) are impacting results for workers in the field. Now the factory owner knows that the ESG relationship with international customers is completely transparent and not based on the random results of annual audits involving just a few randomly selected workers from the hundreds of workers he employs.
It’s the start of a revolution in the way workers, factories, buyers and consumers interact – enabling factories with good social scores to finally get better prices for their products as consumers receive the data to make informed decisions for themselves.
Fibre2Fashion (RR) Press Office