Levi Strauss & Co.’s Worker Well-being (WWB) program aims to improve the lives of those who make our products around the world. To date, it has reached nearly 200,000 workers globally with factory-based programs that seek to address issues related to health, financial security and gender equality. The program operates on the premise that when workers are content, healthy and engaged, factory productivity will increase.As part of the initial launch, we wanted to make sure we had real-time, data-based impact results that would help us adapt and improve Worker Well-being moving forward. To that end, we partnered with the Sustainability and Health Initiative for NetPositive Enterprise (SHINE) at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health to survey workers about their daily experience and overall well-being in the workplace to better understand if, in fact, “what’s good for workers is also good for business.”
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