Labour conditions at Furshet supermarkets in Ukraine. How employee rights have been shaping up since the start of EBRD financial support
Study | 7 December 2010
In 2007 the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) provided a USD 90 million loan to the second largest supermarket operator in Ukraine – the Furshet Group – for the regional expansion of its chain in Ukraine and Moldova. The aim of this research was to examine labour/gender conditions at supermarkets in respect of employee rights and discrimination at work, resulting in recommendations how Furshet and the EBRD can improve the employees’ situation.
Theme: Social & economic impacts
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