Labour welfare and conditions are indispensable parts of responsible production. Socially responsible employers have the obligation to safeguard the basic rights of workers, including the right of negotiating on wages and conditions to work in a safe environment. Minimum wage for workers have to be established to allow them to be able to sustain their essential living needs. Apart from reasonable wages for workers, discrimination and forced or illegal child labour should be prohibited. Providing better working environments and offering higher standards of living to workers can increase the productivity of the entire production process, which in turn contribute to the quality of the products being manufactured.