CCR CSR conducted a study between November 2014 and August 2015 to better understand the special characteristics of young workers and the factors associated with their work satisfaction and retention. Read the full study and infographic here.
Thu, 01/28/2016 - 14:42
Fri, 09/04/2015 - 13:22
In the summer of 2014, CCR CSR has cooperated with China Electronic Standardization Association (CESA) to conduct detailed research on the growing challenges in the electronics manufacturing sector with regards to effective management and retention of the young workforce (under 26 years old).
Tue, 02/03/2015 - 14:53
Young Workers (aged 16-25) currently form nearly half of the workforce in the electronics manufacturing industry. Their effective management – with an aim at retention and successful skill development – is recognized as a growing challenge to efficient supply chain operations. Just as relevant, is the growing reliance of factories on student workers (58% of surveyed factories currently hire student workers) who form the most vulnerable demographic in need of dedicated support.
In an effort to contribute toward stronger awareness and development of solutions on the issue, CCR CSR has partnered with CESA to conduct a detailed research study on the workers’ needs and existing management practice.
Mon, 05/05/2014 - 10:20
The Global Child Forum 2014 was held in April at the Swedish Royal Palace. It was the fourth forum for children's rights and this year's theme was Partnerships for children's rights-today and for the future. In connection with the event, Global Child Forum launched a new research that has been conducted together with the Boston Consulting Group. The study is an assessment of how more than 1000 publicly listed companies address and incorporate children’s rights in their business strategy and operations. The study is based on publicly available information found in reports and on corporate websites.
Thu, 04/10/2014 - 11:05
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a concept that revolves around the integration of social and environmental concerns in a company’s business operations. The rights of a child can be affected, both positively and negatively, in any part of the business process. The responsibility of companies towards children has its basis in legal obligations. However, going beyond the traditional approach of fundraising and charities, more far reaching commitments regarding child-rights are becoming an important part of companies’ CSR strategies, also in China.
Here you can find the latest updated guide from CCR CSR, edited in April 2014.