Trust and transparency are critical to ethical trade

Our work provides employment for thousands of people worldwide.  We share the responsibility with our supplier partners for making sure the workers who help make our innovative products are treated well and rewarded fairly.

We continue to invest in a long-term social compliance programme that equips our supplier partners with the knowledge and support they need to meet the most rigorous international standards.  We’re developing the programme in close association with Verité; the world’s leading not-for-profit social compliance consultancy. The process began in 2006 and we’ve already committed over £100,000 to working with overseas supplier partners.

Trust and transparency are critical to the success of our programme which demonstrates evidence of significant and real change in worker’s rights, pay, health and safety.

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