All Puma branded goods, including licensees. Puma, AG's compliance program is accredited by FLA.

From the Puma, AG website: PUMA.Safe comprises our initiatives and commitment for environmental protection and improved working conditions that have been in place for many years now. They will be complemented by new programs, which focus on implementing cleaner, safer and more sustainable systems and processes within the supply chain.

On Monday, November 10, 2014, the Fair Labor Association sent a letter to Deputy Prime Minister Keat Chhon in support of “objective, inclusive, and productive national wage-setting negotiations that result in a minimum wage that is fair for workers” that was signed by nine FLA-affiliated companies sourcing from Cambodia. Putting action behind their words of support, each of the nine brands used the letter to reinforce their commitment to purchasing practices that build sustainable supply chains, affirming that they would incorporate locally negotiated wage increases into...
On October 8, 2012, the FLA convened its fourth stakeholder forum on wages in Seattle, Washington, hosted by the University of Washington. The one day workshop was organized to provide information on the Fair Wage Assessment tools and to facilitate understanding of the methodology, and to share information about current pilots and brand experience with the assessments. Speakers included representatives from: Fair Wage Network; Adidas; H&M; and Puma For a full account of this event, download the report below.
From fibre2fashion: The American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA), along with the Fair Labor Association (FLA), the Ethical Trading Initiative, and a broad range of apparel and footwear brands and retailers sent a letter to Cambodia’s Minister of Commerce H. E. Cham Prasidh expressing concern over recent violent unrest that continues to plague Cambodia. Most notably, during a recent incident in the Manhattan Special Economic Zone (SEZ) on February 20, 2012, three female workers were shot and injured. “We are alarmed that the state of unrest has become increasingly violent...
Photo courtesy of PUMA On May 16, PUMA announced the results of its first Environmental Profit & Loss Account (E P&L), which indicated that raw material production accounts for the highest relative impacts of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and water consumption within PUMA’s operations and supply chain. PUMA will use the findings to help develop solutions for environmental issues and to lessen its carbon footprint. In 2010, the company’s sustainability scorecard set targets such as a 25% reduction of carbon, energy and water by 2015, and these efforts are already...

As explained by this FLA issue brief the never-increased 90s-era monthly minimum wage of 20 lari (around $8.50) for private sector workers in Georgia is grossly insufficient to maintain a decent standard of living in that country.  The Clean Clothes Campaign estimates that a living wage for a family of four is nearly 65 times that amount, while the US State Departmen

On July 18, 2011, FLA released a report on the independent investigation into allegations that numerous employees fainted at the Huey Chuen Co. Ltd. factory in Cambodia. Huey Chuen produces footwear for FLA-affiliated company PUMA, which requested FLA to commission an investigation. Following the investigation, PUMA was presented with the full independent assessment report and accepted all its findings. In conjunction with the factory, PUMA developed a comprehensive remediation plan that includes a clear timeline, as well as a process to verify its implementation.

On September 30, 2010, FLA released a report on an independent assessment of football production in the supply chain of Shanghai Wande Sporting Goods Company in China. The independent investigation was conducted at the request of FLA affiliates Nike, Inc., New Balance and PUMA to determine whether there were subcontracting activities (either authorized or unauthorized) in Wande’s supply chain that might give rise to the use of home workers, underage workers, or even prison labor in the production of soccer balls.

PUMA AG was approved by the FLA Board for affiliation as a Participating Company in 2004. The FLA Board accredited PUMA's labor compliance program in October 2007.

On July 23, 2008, FLA released a report on a Third Party Complaint (3PC) filed by Participating Company PUMA regarding the Taiway Sports Factory in China. The 3PC alleged excessive overtime, failure to pay minimum wage, improper payment of wages, discrimination based on a worker’s provincial origin, retaliation against workers for using grievance procedures, improper contracting, poor and unsafe conditions in dormitories and poor quality of food in the canteen.