RMG Sector

RMG Sector

RMG sector

In the face of agitation, owners increasing holidays for workers

To press home their demand for extending holidays during the Eid, some Mirpur-based RMG workers took to the streets on 8 May. Later, the movement sparked RMG workers of other localities.

In the face of agitation, owners increasing holidays for workers

RMG workers take to streets for holiday extension, police 'open fire, baton charge'

At least 12 readymade garment workers have been injured as police allegedly opened fire on them without any provocation at Millgate area of Tongi on the outskirts of the capital.

RMG workers take to streets for holiday extension, police 'open fire, baton charge'

RMG workers' alliance demands wages, Eid bonus by 10 May

Garment Sramik Karmachari Oikya Parishad (GSKOP), an alliance of 20 worker associations, on Friday demanded the payment of wages and Eid bonus by 10 May

RMG workers' alliance demands wages, Eid bonus by 10 May

May Day

Ensure health safety at the workplace

As the number of coronavirus cases has spiked at present, emphasis must be placed on health safety in all workplaces, including workers wearing masks and maintaining health and hygiene protocol in ...

Ensure health safety at the workplace

RMG workers entangled in debt, says study

Wages in the readymade garment industry may have dropped, but the cost of living hasn't. This has got the RMG workers entangled in debt

RMG workers entangled in debt, says study

Monnujan for payment of workers’ salaries, bonuses by 10 May

State minister for labour and employment Begum Monnujan Sufian on Thursday called for payment of salaries, festival allowances to workers in all sectors, including garments by 10 May.

Monnujan for payment of workers’ salaries, bonuses by 10 May

BKMEA, Swisscontact ink deal to support Covid-hit RMG workers

Swisscontact and BKMEA have signed an agreement for the economic rehabilitation of RMG workers amid the pandemic

BKMEA, Swisscontact ink deal to support Covid-hit RMG workers

Rana Plaza disaster

Picturing Bangladesh

The pictures are painful – but then the event was extraordinarily painful, a national trauma that persisted long after the rubble had been cleared.

A volunteer rescuer, Mohammad Mobarak Hossain, during the rescue operation at Rana Plaza. 
28 April 2013

Brands urged to extend workers’ safety deal, eight years after Rana Plaza disaster

Labour leaders want the Accord to be renewed in Bangladesh, the world’s second-largest exporter of garments, and extended to other countries with dangerous working conditions

In this photograph taken on 24 April 2013, Bangladeshi civilian volunteers assist in rescue operations after an eight-storey Rana Plaza collapsed in Savar, on the outskirts of Dhaka

57pc Rana Plaza survivors remain unemployed: Survey

Nearly 57 per cent of the survivors of the Rana Plaza collapse have remained unemployed, according to a survey

57pc Rana Plaza survivors remain unemployed: Survey
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