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Unionisation and Collective Bargaining Score
What score did the company achieve for this indicator in the Fashion Transparency Index?
Fashion Revolution

About the data

Freedom of association and collective bargaining are fundamental labour rights enshrined within international law. When workers are able to freely join independent, democratically elected unions they are able to take collective action to negotiate with their employers for better working conditions, including wages and benefits.


A note on the scoring system


WikiRate has a standardised 10-point scoring system making it possible to compare company scores across different benchmarks. On, the Fashion Transparency Index scoring system, where each company can get a maximum of 250 points, has been converted to the 10-point scoring system - with 10 being the highest a company can score and 0 being the lowest. These company scores can also be translated to percentages e.g. if a company has scored 2.5 out of 10 on WikiRate, they have achieved 25% of the 250 points in the Fashion Transparency Index.

Answers are calculated as a weighted average. To find a weighted average of a group of numbers that have been normalized to the same 0-10 scale, you simply multiply each number by its weight (percentage) and add them up