INDUSTRY COLLABORATION AND PARTNERSHIPS
J.Crew is a member of the Fair Factories Clearinghouse (FFC), a nonprofit organization that facilitates continuous improvement in workplace conditions through an innovative information tracking and sharing platform. Our membership in the FFC has allowed for improved communication with our internal and external business partners and has made us more effective and efficient in our program operations. More information can be found at fairfactories.org.
J.Crew is a member of Business for Social Responsibility (BSR), an organization for companies committed to socially responsible business practices, and we are proud to partner with them on initiatives that are improving working conditions around the world. More information on BSR can be found at bsr.org.
HERproject: HERproject is a BSR program that uses a unique peer-to-peer model to educate factory workers, particularly women, about general health and nutrition, as well as reproductive and maternal health. Peer education achieves a greater community reach than traditional top-down approaches and provides leadership skills to workers who become educators. These educators work with factory management to identify opportunities that integrate health considerations into day-to-day operations. At its core, HERproject is designed to benefit workers and factoriesâ€”a healthier workforce with a better quality of life can reduce absenteeism and improve morale and motivation, resulting in more productive factory businesses.
RILA Conflict Minerals Program: We are active members in the Retail Industry Leaders Association’s (RILA) Conflict Minerals Program, a multiyear program that helps retailers navigate the issue and the compliance requirements and find solutions through a combination of educational materials, benchmarking, implementation tools and key partnerships. See more at conflictmineralscompliance.org.
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