Grinnell College

About the school's commitment to protecting workers' rights and the FLA Workplace Code of Conduct: The College actively supports efforts to end unjust working conditions and to achieve compliance with internationally agreed upon norms, such as those identified by the International Labor Organization and the UN Universal Declaration on Human Rights.The precise standards can and will change from time to time and the College and the Apparel Purchasing Committee established pursuant to this policy will take into account evolving standards of decency, fair practice, and justice, includi

Severance Payments for Terminated Workers in Guatemala

When Estofel, S.A. of Guatemala City, Guatemala, shut down in late 2007, a number of FLA affiliates—including the University of Washington, Gear for Sports, Hanesbrands and Philips-Van Heusen—led an effort with Ghim Li and the Collegiate Licensing Company that resulted in severance payments to 871 former Estofel workers from the parent company of the closed facility. Read more.

Global Fairness Initiative

The collaborative model that FLA has built is uniquely effective at both holding stakeholders accountable, and fostering stronger cooperation between buyers, worker groups and organizations like mine. I genuinely feel that our work through FLA is making a real difference towards improving conditions for workers around the globe.

University of Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame has high expectations regarding the level of corporate social responsibility commitment demonstrated by our licensees. FLA provides training and educational opportunities for licensees while simultaneously providing the University with feedback regarding the licensees’ progress in meeting company obligations. Notre Dame uses this information when evaluating prospective licensees as well as reviewing licensee requests for contract renewals.


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