The FLA counts some of the world's leading brands among its affiliates, orgniazations that have committed to ensuring fair labor practices and safe and humane working conditions throughout their supply chains. Companies that have committed to FLA's Code of Conduct and established systems to identify and remedy ethical violations are making significant strides towards that goal. These companies are working with FLA to develop and improve social compliance systems that flag issues and lead to sustainable solutions when workers are at risk. Companies join the FLA on a voluntary basis, but they must meet strict labor standards for as long as they are affiliated. FLA holds Participating Companies accountable for monitoring 100% of their supply chains for compliance with FLA standards, and FLA conducts independent assessments of a random sample of each company's supplier factories.
All apparel, including Hanes, Champion, Playtex, Bali, Barely There, Duofold, GTM, Gear for Sports, JMS, Knights Apparel, Wonderbra, L'eggs, Outer Banks and other licensed brands. Hanesbrands' compliance program is accredited by FLA.
All HUGO BOSS’ apparel, shoes, and leather accessories producers. The HUGO BOSS brands include BOSS, BOSS Green, BOSS Orange, and HUGO.
From the HUGO BOSS website: As a manufacturer of clothing, shoes and accessories for the premium and luxury segment, HUGO BOSS is responsible for adhering to sustainability standards throughout the global value chain. Fair and safe working conditions are one focal point of the company’s sustainability commitment.
We believe that this is an important moment in our industry where the adoption of an approach to supply chain management, which is more holistic and less compliance-focused, is allowing companies to achieve the goal of real improvements in workers lives. Hybrid Apparel, conscious of this historical opportunity, wanted to participate in this change in our industry and selected the Fair Labor Association as a partner in this journey. The FLA provides invaluable tools such as inspiring best practices and valuable feedback to our business practices.
From the J.America website: J.America’s (now part of Vetta Brands) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) mission is to conduct business in an ethical manner, to promote and protect worker’s rights worldwide and to help improve working conditions by partnering with our global supply chain. We require our suppliers to conduct business with the highest of standards and ethics while respecting human rights and complying with local laws by committing to our Workplace Code of Conduct and submitting to third party audits of their facilities.
Kathmandu branded products: apparel, tents, sleeping bags, packs, and bags.
From Kathmandu's sustainability report: In 2014, we joined the Fair Labor Association to enhance our long-standing social compliance program, and to improve working conditions throughout our supplier network. This membership will give us critical guidance to address unresolved corrective action plans, setting up grievance mechanisms with regional partners, and providing us with a distinct road map toward global best practice.
L2 Brands is a leading supplier of best‐in‐class casual apparel, headwear, and home décor in the Collegiate, Resort and Corporate channels. Marketed under the League and Legacy brand names and co‐located in Pennsylvania, L2 has been the leader in the campus retail channel for more than 25 years, selling to more than 3000 leased and independent campus stores nationwide.
All Lakeshirts/Blue84 apparel. Lakeshirts, Inc. has only 1 brand, Blue 84.
MEC Brand Products. MEC's compliance program is accredited by FLA.
From the Mountain Equipment Co-op website: Our goal is to make affordable, quality products. Central to this goal is our core belief that our gear be made in a way that respects the people who manufacture it.
MV Sport – The Game looks to create the best custom-decorated apparel and headwear available anywhere.
To us, the “best” means products that match the intense passion and devotion our customers feel about the organizations whose identity they proudly wear.
To that end:
-We strive to create the most exciting looking apparel and headwear embellished with creative decorating processes.
-We insist our products are made in factories that abide by our strict Code of Conduct.
-We look to reduce the environmental impact of all our actions.
From the Nestlé website: Nestlé’s mission is to enhance consumers’ lives by offering tastier and healthier food and beverage choices for all stages of life and at any time of the day. True to our values and principles we also Create Shared Value through sustainable growth and a commitment to environmental sustainability and compliance along every step of the value chain. Nestlé’s promise is Good Food, Good Life.