• Tuesday, August 1, 2017 - 10:55

    Like many factories with a large migrant workforce, C&C has high turnover rates. C&C found that their migrant parent’s family situation was one of the key reasons workers were leaving. When workers took part in PhotoVoice - a project that tasks workers to take photos of their children and then to construct stories around the images - the results benefited everyone involved. 

  • Monday, February 13, 2017 - 11:23

    In the summer of 2016 CCR CSR implemented five Factory Child Friendly Spaces in China on behalf of two clients. The aim was to provide the children of workers with a safe, fun and inclusive space during the summer school break when their parents were working. It allowed children usually living with guardians in hometowns with an opportunity to unite with their parents for a longer period, and provided relief to parents living with their kids but stuck for childcare options. This case study shows that FCFS was good for children, parents and the factory.  

  • Monday, June 20, 2016 - 13:33

    Between May 1, 2014 and March 31, 2016, CCR CSR conducted 30 parent trainings for 15 factories in China, with a total of 1,130 participants. In order to measure and evaluate the impact of the trainings, we conducted a pre- and post- training survey of over 655 participants. Some of the findings of the survey and the results of the training can be found here.

  • Friday, April 1, 2016 - 17:08

    CCR CSR measures and evaluates the impact of all its in-factory trainings to ensure the continued quality, relevance and impact of the trainings. We recently concluded a pre- and post-training survey of six young worker training sessions conducted over the past few months across China. The survey allowed us to gain some insightful data into the attitudes and challenges perceived by young workers in China, as well as the impact of the trainings.

  • Friday, October 23, 2015 - 15:45

    China is changing and factories across the country are struggling to recruit and hold on to loyal, motivated workers. Without some sort of support or incentives, worker recruitment and retention is only going to get more difficult. As the following case study demonstrates, equipping line managers with the necessary knowledge and skills to tackle challenges like conflict resolution, effective communication and generation gaps, can positively impact the workforce, the factory management and ultimately, the brand.

  • Wednesday, August 26, 2015 - 10:04

    Concord Pottery, a factory in southern China that supplies a major international coffee company, says their investment in an on-site childcare center was "worth it".