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40 000 people trained by QuizRR on human rights

Press Release   •   Jan 17, 2018 15:12 CET

Factory workers in Bangladesh training with QuizRR.

As of today, 40 000 factory workers and managers have been trained on human rights through the QuizRR digital training tools since the start of the company in 2013. A total of 100 000 training sessions have been completed in more than 130 factories in China, Bangladesh and Mauritius.

- Through our three training programs we have raised awareness on employment rights, safe work places and workplace dialogue, aimed at factory workers and managers in low wage production countries. We have also established strong partner relationships with international brands that realize the importance and benefits of corporate responsibility in global supply chains, says Sofie Nordström, deputy CEO at QuizRR.

The QuizRR digital training programs are built on customized film dramas followed by quiz questions, with content based on internationally recognized guidelines on sustainable development and corporate responsibility. All training results are saved and displayed at the QuizRR web portal, making it possible for suppliers and brands to measure and share their progress.

Currently, the training tools are used by nearly 40 global brands, such as Clas Ohlson, MQ, Axfood, Filippa K and Intersport. 100 000 training sessions have been completed as of today, by 40 000 factory workers and managers in more than 130 factories in China, Bangladesh and Mauritius.

For more information on QuizRR

The founders of QuizRR use their experiences from global trade, production, social responsibility and employee training to create a flexible training tool for global supply chains and a transparent web platform for all stakeholders. With QuizRR, the supplier can perform training at any time and level, measure and share the results with global buyers and make sure that all their employees know their rights and responsibilities. 

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