Gajimu Garment newsletter
July/August 2019
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Gajimu attends Decent Work Conference

Gajimu presented its workers-driven transparancy platform Gajimu Garment during the 6th Regulating for Decent Work Conference in Geneva, Switzerland, from 8 until 10 July 2019. Gajimu shared the results of its Decent Work Check surveys in garment factories and its research on the monitoring of labour law compliance in Indonesia.
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New intakes for Decent Work Check survey

Surveys completed in January - July 2019:


514 – Online surveys
1,567 – Face-to-face surveys

New collective agreement at Sunjoo Kreatif

Enthusiasm and hard work by trade union FSB Garteks Serang are paying off. We are happy with the establishment of the collective agreement at Sunjoo Kreatif Indonesia for the period of 2019 - 2021.

117 factories online,
12 to be added soon

Current status:   Factories to be added:
  • 12 factories being verified (coming soon)
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Gajimu updates

4 new collective agreements

New collective agreements on the garment, textile and footwear sectors have been added to Gajimu's database:

Interviewer of the month

Yanti Kusriyanti (also known as Teh Yanti) was crowned interviewer of the month for the second time. Teh Yanti has actively collected surveys from five companies in the Purwakarta area and helped the Gajimu team to conduct socialization in the Bandung area in July 2019. We greatly appreciate her initiative and punctuality and the quality of the data, so thank you, Teh Yanti!

11 factories surveyed in June-July 2019

During June and July 2019, Gajimu and our trade union partners have conducted surveys in:
  • 6 companies in Bandung:
    • Indo-Rama Synthetics
    • Sipatatex
    • San San Saudaratex 1
    • Feng Tay Enterprise
    • Bandung Indah Gemilang
    • Ciptagria Mutiara Busana
  • 3 companies in Purwakarta:
    • Indorama Synthetic
    • Indorama Technologies Complex
    • Gistex Garment Indonesia
  • 2 companies in Bekasi:
    • Lucky Print Abadi
    • Gunze Indonesia
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