Fair Labor Association promotes human rights at work.About FLA
Accountability and transparency are the foundations of responsible business.
FLA has worked for more than 20 years toward a future where responsible business means that fair working conditions are the standard, not the exception.
Our unique model of collaboration builds expertise and drives innovation to improve business policies and practices that benefit workers around the world.Learn about our work
Putting fairness to work
FLA holds companies accountable to their labor rights commitments by evaluating business practices against the highest international standards for global supply chains.
An international standard for labor rights
FLA Accreditation starts with headquarters and follows global supply chains to ensure that the brands you know have policies and systems in place to support their workers.
Respect for workers' rights
FLA Safeguards address instances of significant and persistent noncompliance with our standards in the facilities used by member companies, suppliers, or university licensees.
FLA is an international network promoting human rights at work.
FLA membership includes companies, universities, and civil society organizations.
News from FLA
Scaling ESG Solutions in Fashion recommends company engagement with FLAMay 1, 2022 View Scaling ESG Solutions in Fashion recommends company engagement with FLA
Business Insider reports on FLA Accreditation as part of its sustainability seriesMarch 29, 2022 View Business Insider reports on FLA Accreditation as part of its sustainability series
The Business of Giving podcast explores how Fair Labor Association uses data to drive impactMarch 17, 2022 View The Business of Giving podcast explores how Fair Labor Association uses data to drive impact
Leadership on living wage
FLA is committed to providing a practical pathway for companies to improve wages for workers around the world.
Our award-winning Fair Compensation Toolkit includes groundbreaking living wage resources that show companies the gap between what workers earn and what they need.