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The Parents Training allowed me to reflect on my parenting style and how I can improve as a parent. Then when I came home, I gave the training to my husband and mother-in-law as they also spend time with my daughter and need to be informed about these important issues like coping with stress, communication and providing a better environment for the child at home.

-Ms. Ulutaş who works at a factory in İzmir Province, Turkey, 2020
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Ms. Ulutaş who works at a factory in İzmir Province, Turkey, 2020

I felt supported by the factory management. They have tried to understand our difficulties as parent workers. I hope we can have more parenting training like this in the future.

-A working mother a month after taking part in the training in Vietnam in May 2020
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A working mother a month after taking part in the training in Vietnam in May 2020

With the parenting knowledge and skills they learned, they can achieve better work-life balance and improve their productivity at work, creating greater values for the company. On the other hand, these training sessions showed workers that the company cares for them. Some workers told me after the training that they felt that the company thought about aspects that even they themselves overlooked and they really appreciate the company’s effort… We’ll consider offering more such trainings to our employees in the future

-Mr. Yu, Human Resources and Administration Manager at a factory in Jiangsu Province, China, 2021
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Mr. Yu, Human Resources and Administration Manager at a factory in Jiangsu Province, China, 2021

The migrant parent worker training and Photovoice programme allowed us to support these parents and improve their relationship with their children back home. A secondary motivation has been to help factory management decrease turnover by improving worker satisfaction and loyalty. We’ve seen success in both areas

-Kelsey Keene, CSR Director, Colosseum Athletics
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Kelsey Keene, CSR Director, Colosseum Athletics

We needed such projects for the satisfaction of our workers. The parents were very happy, especially when they saw the progress their children made during the summer. I believe that the impact is a long term one and a win-­win to all parties involved

-General manager of a participating factory in China in 2020
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General manager of a participating factory in China in 2020

There were several times during the programme implementation that I was moved to tears – like, hearing the voices of our workers about their children during training, and witnessing the delight of children and parents playing together during the family fay. The top management was also positively surprised by how the WeCare programme turned out to be. It is not only beneficial to workers, but also helps boost the internal cohesion of our factory.

-Ms. Li, responsible person for VF WeCare at Ruitai factory in China, 2020
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Ms. Li, responsible person for VF WeCare at Ruitai factory in China, 2020

As the factory management we are very happy that this programme helps uplift the vibe of our factory, as well as the well-being of parent workers on a deeper level. They feel more assured at work

-Mr. Xie, HR manager at Meihao factory in China, 2020
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Mr. Xie, HR manager at Meihao factory in China, 2020

Thanks to the VF WeCare programme, workers and factory management have a much closer relationship.  When I go to the production floor, parent workers who participated in the WeCare programme would warmly greet me and voluntarily bring up the topic on child education. They also express gratitude to us for the opportunity to learn parenting skills, because they had no clue about efficient parent-child communication before

-Ms. Li, responsible person for VF WeCare programme at Ruitai factory in China, 2020
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Ms. Li, responsible person for VF WeCare programme at Ruitai factory in China, 2020

The Centre has provided us with a detailed guidance on age verification procedures and practical tools which we can use in day-to-day HR management work. I also learnt good practices from the other training participants covering age verification.

-An HR Manager from a factory in Vietnam after a responsible recruitment training in 2020
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An HR Manager from a factory in Vietnam after a responsible recruitment training in 2020

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