Labour Share and Value Distribution
This guide by Re: Structure Lab consolidates recent research on the inequitable distribution of value along global supply chains and its impact on labour rights. It provides illustrative examples, such as apparel factory workers receiving 0.6% to 2% of the retail cost of a T-shirt. It also recommends market-based solutions to ensure true labour costs are covered, such as binding cost-sharing accords, better cost modelling, and living wages.
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