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What does it mean to be a socially and environmentally responsible company — and still sell clothes?
Our Director of Social Consciousness has stepped up
to chair the advisory board of Social Accountability
International, the human rights advocacy...
Our Human Rights Leader stays in touch, literally, with
the many people who make our clothing.
To ensure fair conditions for the workers in our supply
chain, we are committed to two human rights standards:
Social Accountability International's SA8000...
An audit provides a good snapshot of a factory at one
moment in time. However, we believe it is by continuing to educate managers and train workers that we can...
In addition to our dedication to the SA80000 standard in
our factories, we have taken the added step of training
our Chinese factory workers and managers on...
EILEEN FISHER is concerned about the systematic
and widespread use of forced labor and child labor
in Uzbek cotton production...
Human trafficking is a form of slavery that can include
forced labor, debt bondage and sex trafficking. An
egregious violation of human rights, human...
Our vision is for an industry where human rights and sustainability are not the effect of a particular initiative, but the cause of a business well run. Where social and environmental injustices are not unfortunate outcomes, but reasons to do things differently. Learn about our path to sustainability.
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