Business case for implementing workplace standards - study by Social Accountability Intl, Center for Intl Private Enterprise

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11 February 2009

[PDF] CIPE and SAI Make a Business Case for Implementing Workplace Standards

Author: Center for International Private Enterprise & Social Accountability International

The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and Social Accountability International (SAI) are pleased to announce the release of new corporate citizenship case studies: From Words to Action: A Business Case for Implementing Workplace Standards. These case studies present different means of improving workplace conditions and analyze the benefits of doing so for workers and businesses.

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1 February 2009

[PDF] From Words to Action: A Business Case for Implementing Workplace Standards Experiences from Key Emerging Markets

Author: Center for International Private Enterprise & Social Accountability International

[Comprises three case studies:]
- The Story of Ying Xie - Democratic Workers’ Representation in China as a Tool for Better Business
- The Case of Tata Steel - Including Contract Workers as India’s Integral Business Stakeholders
- The Experience of Topkapi Iplik - Better Workplaces in Turkey through SA8000
[also refers to Timberland, Reebok (now part of adidas), Alarko-Carrier (joint venture Alarko Sanayi ve Ticaret & Carrier [part of United Technologies]), Yeşim]

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