Stanley/Stella - Sustainability Report 2020

Responsible production

GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS

COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE

It is important to us that all complaints by workers in our partner factories are heard and addressed fairly and promptly. Workers from Stanley/Stella’s partner factories are all informed of the complaints procedure by the FWF and postings on factory floors. At Stanley/ Stella HQ, the Sourcing, Quality and Sustainability Manager handles complaints and discusses them with the suppliers involved.

To ensure the safety of all our workers, wework closely with the FairWear Foundation (FWF).We also support our partners with their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) approach, and have put a number ofmechanisms in place to ensure decent working conditions, such as CSR monthly reports, an internal Code of Conduct (CoC), and support of anti-harassment committees. WE ARE DEDICATED TO MOVING FORWARDS

CSR MONTHLY REPORT

Our CSR monthly report works in parallel with the FWF’s formal monitoring. Developed by our local team of Quality Controllers and Sustainability Officers, it allows us to have an update on the working conditions in all our partner factories on an almost daily basis. The report includes checks on social and environmental issues, as well as building and fire safety assessments.

Extra benefit wage

Wage increase by 40 % in December 2018

Living wage

STANLEY STELLA’S CODE OF CONDUCT

Minimumwage

In 2018, Stanley/Stella created its own Code of Conduct based on the eight fundamental conventions of the Inter- national Labour Organisation (ILO.) It has to be signed and respected by all the factories weworkwith. A full copy can be found on our website.

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