At the Fair Labor Association (FLA) Board of Directors meeting in February of 2016, Dallas Cowboys Merchandising (DCM) earned accreditation for its social compliance program. As a smaller company, DCM shares that while they faced unique challenges that some larger companies with more social compliance staff may not face, the journey toward accreditation helped them enhance their program and their company’s commitment to workers’ rights.
At the Fair Labor Association (FLA) Board of Directors meeting in February of 2016, Brooklyn Manufacturing (based in San Salvador, El Salvador) became only the second supplier in FLA history – and the first in the Western Hemisphere – to earn accreditation for its social compliance program.
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“Mainland Headwear is a FLA Participating Supplier since 2008. FLA is a platform that offers lots of useful tools and resources, which effectively helps us to advance our compliance standards and support our mission to improve workers' lives. We believe that FLA membership is an integral part of achieving this goal.”
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