On November 4, please join us, Nest and Williams-Sonoma, Inc. for a discussion on the opportunities and challenges associated with homework in production supply chains. Attendees will:
Get insights from Nest's latest guidance tools on homeworking in supply chains
Understand the risk and benefits associated with homeworking on women and children
Hear practical steps on how to address known challenges facing homeworkers
The discussion will also explore strategies for corporate buy-in, ways that homework can be an instrument of inclusion, and more.
The Centre’s Senior Vice President of Outreach and Communications Mark Robertson will moderate the discussion, with insights from Ines Kaempfer, CEO of The Centre for Child Rights and Business, Margaret Derby, Manager for Sustainability and Social Impact at Williams-Sonoma, Inc. and Benita Singh, Chief Communications and Advocacy Officer at Nest.
We hope you can join us!
Time: November 4, 2021
Date: 9 a.m. ET | 1 p.m UK | 9 p.m. Hong Kong
Platform: Zoom. Click here to register.
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