“We are proud of the progress we’ve made to drive social performance within our global supply chain, and with the adoption of these new initiatives, appreciate the opportunity to help empower female workers,” says Brian Goldner, chairman and chief executive officer, Hasbro. “Investing in these women, who make up the majority of workers in our supply chain, will not only impact these workers, their families and their communities but will also improve productivity, retention and business performance for our participating vendors.” Workers who participate in the program will have access to courses in effective communication, problem-solving, time management and financial literacy, among other topics.
“By piloting worker well-being initiatives in our supply chain, Hasbro hopes to achieve real, lasting and sustainable change for the benefit of workers, their children and wider communities,” says Kathrin Belliveau, senior vice president, global government affairs and corporate social responsibility, Hasbro.
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