• Published: 9 April 2020

COVID-19 Resource Center

ELEVATE’s guidance and insights help customers and the industry navigate the next stage of the coronavirus. You can find ELEVATE’s updated blogs, webinars, innovative solutions and other resources here.

 

Blogs & Insights


ELEVATE update on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Weekly updates since 31 January 2020 to inform our customers and partners with insights from the field


Keeping open lines of communication with workers is critical during COVID-19

In Bangladesh, the Amader Kotha Worker Helpline has witnessed a dramatic spike in concerned calls from factory workers – here’s what they are saying.


India: Disrupting forced labor with predictive analytics tools

During and after COVID-19, predictive models can detect risk and help surface evidence of modern slavery


ELEVATE releases 2020 supply chain risk scores in EiQ


 

Webinars


ELEVATE + EFI Webinar: Sustaining food supply continuity while keeping workers safe – 21 April 2020, 09:00 (PT) & 10:00 (CET)


Wellness at Work: Factory worker safety during COVID-19 (English language) – save the date: 28 April, 30 April or 5 May


Wellness at Work: Supporting workers in China during an epidemic 用中文呈现 (Chinese language)


Wellness at Work: Webinar – Wellness at Work – Understanding employment regulations in China during COVID-19 用中文呈现 (Chinese language)


 

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