These are resources and tools available for the public. If you are a client, please reach out to your client adviser for more tailored resources and services.
Engage and educate workers even if they are not on-site
Tell workers to download atun.
atun, is a free mobile application current and former factory workers that provides e-learnings and support on a host of critical topics including, parenting, finance, and health. We’re working with The Empower@Work Collaborative to digitize their materials as well.
If you are an employer and want to send an SMS to all your workers telling them about the app, to make sure they download it, please reach out to Bijie Li. We’ll also be able to help you reach out to those workers again when you reopen your facility.
Stop rumors, spread only creditable information
We’ve set up Google Drives for the following languages with local images, links to local resources and other critical information
If you are not able to use Google Drive to get these resources, please send your request to: Bijie Li.
Non-language specific images
The WHO is constantly providing accurate information and promotional materials to be shared. You can visit their website page and join their Whatsapp group just send a Whatsapp that says “hi” to +41 22 501 76 15
Protect Human Rights
Just because there is a pandemic does not mean that workers’ human rights should not be protected.
Keep up-to-date on the latest stories, programs and more at the Business for Human Rights Resource Center
Protect your Business
Labor Solutions has posted several articles with tips for business including:
Addressing Coronavirus for Factories Outside of China
Addressing Coronavirus for Factories in China
Monitoring Human Rights from Afar
McKinsey & Co also published a report about Coronavirus that offers lots of tips for businesses.
We’ll be updating this regularly so please keep coming back.