The batch comprised 143 associates. P.A.C.E graduates are expected to be more productive and have lower rated of absenteeism.
“The content of the P.A.C.E. has been proven to motivate and empower female workers to progress in their careers. This is an aspect that Brandix remains committed to as a Group, and we are greatly encouraged by the enthusiasm of our associates to follow the course and obtain P.A.C.E. certification, “said, Anusha Alles, head, CSR & corporate communications, Brandix.
P.A.C.E is a life and work skills education programme designed by Gap providing female workers foundation skills, technical training and support to empower them personally and professionally.
The programme is run in apparel factories in countries like India, Cambodia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, China, Indonesia, Pakistan, Jordan, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. (HO)
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