IDH and USAID are funding a public-private partnership to support the implementation of WOVO in footwear and apparel factories in Vietnam. Factories that qualify and sign up before March 1st, will only need to contribute 50% of the total cost of WOVO for the first year.
One-year subscription to WOVO for 50% off.
WOVO is a worker engagement platform designed specifically for factory workers that features:
- Direct and Anonymous Worker-Management Communications
- Worker Surveys
- Company Announcement and Calendar Invites
- Digital Payslips
- Women’s Empowerment E-learning Courses, developed with IDH
- E-learning courses on compliance topics and more
- Instant Data Analysis and Reporting
- 10 hours of Free Client Advisory Service
WHO CAN JOIN THE PROGRAM?
The program is only available for footwear and apparel factories in Vietnam.
The program is also only available for factories who have never used WOVO before. If you are a factory group that is already using WOVO and you would like to use this offer for another, separate facility, you may.
HOW do LABOR SOLUTIONS AND IDH WORK TOGETHER?
Race to the Top seeks to showcase the business rationale for adopting environmental and social sustainability practices. As part of the programs, factory workers, union representatives, supervisors and management participate in trainings and coaching to develop skills and implement practices that improve both sustainability and profitability.
Labor Solutions was selected to join Race to the Top to provide a tech-based solution for worker engagement efforts. As part of the project, Labor Solutions provides WOVO to participating factories. IDH, through funding from USAID, contributes 50% of the fees, to promote public-private partnerships. IDH also partnered with Labor Solutions to design and enhance existing e-learning curriculum to support women empowerment efforts.
HOW TO SIGN UP?
If you are interested in signing up to get the grant, contact LaborSolutions@workplaceoptions.com