We’re committed to a robust and transparent social compliance program.
We take social compliance very seriously and require all suppliers to adhere to principles that ban forced labor, child labor, harassment, abuse, and discrimination and requires suppliers to promote health and safety, freedom of association and collective bargaining, payment of wages and benefits, and appropriate compensation for overtime. This process begins during supplier selection as it is critical that suppliers share our commitment to ethical practices and agree to abide by our strict requirements prior to receiving orders.
We also require our suppliers to submit to periodic and unannounced compliance audits and to address and correct any violations identified. In this way, we create greater accountability and transparency at the factories that produce our products.