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Gajimu Garment Newsletter
September/October 2019
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The Big Agenda of Gajimu Garmen: Public Discussion

Gajimu held its first Public Discussion, 'Transparency of Working Conditions for Improving Workers' Welfare (Garment, Textile and Footwear Sector)', on 18 September. It was attended by workers and representatives from trade unions, factory managements, NGOs, brands, the Ministry of Manpower and mass media.
Learn More on the Decent Work Check Analysis 2017-2019

New Survey Intakes until September 2019
New Decent Work Check survey intakes for January - September 2019:
2.288


697 – Online surveys
1.591 – Offline/face-to-face surveys
Latest Factory Info
Improvement Activities
There are two factories that have carried out improvement activities this year:
  1. PT Lispap Raya Sentosa for the period of January 2019 - March 2019
  2. PT Fajarindo Faliman Zipper for the period of April 2019 - June 2019
140 Factories Surveyed, 122 Factories Online

Current status:
  • 140 factories surveyed
  • 122 factory pages online
  • 12 factories done during the second wave of survey
  • 3 surveyed factories closed down
  • 8 factories requested not to be published yet on the factory pages
  • 21 factories agreed to improve working conditions
Factories to be added:
  • 7 factories being verified
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Gajimu Update

What does President of China Xi Jinping earn?

  • Annual: $20,500.00
  • Monthly: $1,708.33
  • Weekly: $394.23
  • Daily: $78.85
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Interviewer of the Month

Pak Kustandi from TSK SPSI AGN is this month's best interviewer. Kustandi has been a great help to Gajimu team in conducting surveys in Bandung and Cimahi region in early August 2019. With his spry and attentive attitude, he also helps us to coordinate with the Ministry of Manpower and the Textile Employer Association. Kustandi is a typical worker with high integrity and loyalty, including when working with Gajimu. Thank you, Pak Kustandi.
Awards for Best Factories and Interviewer
 
Coinciding with the Gajimu Public Discussion on 18 September 2019, the Gajimu Team was honored to give awards to:
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