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Table of Content Particulars Page No. Letter of Submission Letter of Declaration Supervisors Declaration Acknowledgement Executive Summery Chapter 01 Introduction 1.1 Background of the Study 1 1.2 Objective of the Study 2 1.3 Literature Review 2 1.4 Methodology of the Study 4 1.4.1 Data collection 5 1.4.2 Data Analysis 5 1.4.3 Data presentation 5 1.5 Limitations of the Report 5 1.6 Organization of the Report 6 Chapter 02 An Overview of Fortune Apparels Ltd. 2.1About Fortune Apparels Ltd. (Pvt) 7 2.2 Mission 7 2.3 Vision 7 2.4 Objectives of Fortune Apparels Ltd 8 2.4 Objectives of Fortune Apparels Ltd 8 2.5 Organizational Strategy 8 2.6 Management structure in Fortune Apparels Ltd. 9 2.7 Organization Flowchart of Fortune Apparels Ltd. 10 2.8 Compliance Department of Fortune Apparels Ltd. 11 2.9 Components of compliance in Fortune Apparels Ltd. 11 2.10 HR Division 12 Chapter 03 Factors of Compliance in RMG Sector of Bangladesh 3.1 Introduction 13
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3.2 Factors of Compliance in RMG Sector of Bangladesh 13 3.2.1 Salary/ Wage 13 3.2.2 Overtime rate 13 3.2.3 Overtime Work 14 3.2.4 Maternity Benefit 14 3.2.5 Workplace safety 14 3.2.6 Workplace environment 14 3.2.7 Bonus 15 3.2.8 Medical Facility 15 3.2.9 Increment 15 3.2.10 Wash room facility 15 3.2.11 Hours of work 15 3.2.12 Holidays 15 3.2.13 Child care 15 Chapter 04 Factors of Compliance in Fortune Apparels 4.1 Introduction 16 4.2 Compliance Management of Fortune Apparels 16 4.3 Wages & Benefit 17 4.4 Incentives 18 4.5 Provident Fund, Festival Bonus, Medical, and Earned Leave Facilities 18 4.6 Leaves & Holidays 18 4.7 Employee Grievance Handling 19 4.8 Annual Increment 4.9 Disciplinary procedure 19 20 4.10 Wage policy 20 Chapter 05 Data Presentation and Discussion 5.1 Introduction 21 5.2 Idea about Compliance Management 21 5.3Regularity in Compliance Program 22 5.4Types of Compliance Program 23 5.5Level of Satisfaction with Present Compliance Management 24
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Practices 5.6 Satisfaction over the Evaluation of Compliance Program 25
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  • Winter '16
  • Macroeconomics, Southern University Bangladesh, Fortune Apparels Ltd, Fortune Apparels

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