Philippines is known to be one of the countries that employ female-dominated garment workers who are paid by what they produce. The set-up is commonly called sweatshops. This practice may be cost-effective but the downside is that it results to poor quality, as the main focus is on quantity.
To sustain its quality, Crafteli has to change this sweatshop manufacturing set-up and implement a more ethical manufacturing practice where workers are paid with basic salaries, overtime fees, and holiday pays.
Now, Crafteli has proven that following a more ethical manufacturing set-up makes good business sense as it resulted to better quality and higher productivity.