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Corporate Responsibility
Corporate Responsibility
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As a global leader in the fashion industry, Armani Exchange believes that how we work is just as important as the work itself. We strive to ensure that our merchandise is manufactured in a responsible manner, and our standards and systems continue to evolve to reflect those expectations for ethical labor practices and environmental control.

At Armani Exchange, our "Corporate Responsibility" is fully integrated into every aspect of operation, and we are publishing this statement of "Corporate Responsibility" to clearly identify our commitments:

  • We will not discriminate based on race, gender, religion or sexual orientation, and we will not do business with any company that does.

  • We will treat our employees fairly with regard to wages, benefits and working conditions including a safe and healthy environment and we will not do business with any company that does otherwise.

  • We will never violate the legal or moral rights of employees in any way, and we will not do business with any company that does.

  • We will only do business with companies who share our commitment to preserving and improving the environment.

  • We have a zero-tolerance policy for the employment of underage workers and forced labor of any kind, including the use of prison labor, indentured servitude/trafficking or for the restriction of free movement.

  • Armani Exchange is committed to an ongoing program of monitoring all our facilities and those of companies with whom we do business in accordance with our code of conduct, "Corporate Responsibility". This code "Corporate Responsibility" defines the Armani Exchange standards and values, which must be upheld in our facilities and those of our supplies, contractors and business partners.
     

    CALIFORNIA TRANSPARENCY IN SUPPLY CHAINS ACT

    Armani Exchange and its direct contractors do not employ underage workers and/or forced labor of any kind, including the use of prison labor, indentured servitude/trafficking or for the restriction of free-movement. Armani Exchange clearly communicates the expectations of labor standards to vendors, suppliers, and third parties contracted to produce/manufacture finished products for the brand.
     
  • ARMANI EXCHANGE ENGAGES IN VERIFICATION OF PRODUCT SUPPLY CHAINS TO EVALUATE AND ADDRESS RISKS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SLAVERY.

  • Armani Exchange distributes a "Corporate Responsibility" manual to ensure the expectations of labor standards is clearly communicated and implemented by all vendors, suppliers, and third parties contracted to produce/manufacture finished products for the brand. Updates are sent quarterly with notice of any changes to labor regulations, workplace standards, safety and/or environmental practices to all contracted vendors.

  • ARMANI EXCHANGE CONDUCTS AUDITS OF SUPPLIERS TO EVALUATE SUPPLIER COMPLIANCE WITH COMPANY STANDARDS FOR TRAFFICKING AND SLAVERY IN SUPPLY CHAINS.

  • Armani Exchange conducts annual audits of contracted vendors to verify/document performance and compliance with laws addressing employment of underage workers and forced labor of any kind, including the use of prison labor, indentured servitude/trafficking.

  • ARMANI EXCHANGE REQUIRES DIRECT SUPPLIERS TO CERTIFY THAT MATERIALS INCORPORATED INTO THE PRODUCT COMPLY WITH THE LAWS REGARDING SLAVERY AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING OF THE COUNTRY OR COUNTRIES IN WHICH THEY ARE DOING BUSINESS.

  • Armani Exchange has annual tracking verification efforts and receives compliance status reports summarizing the individual compliance from all contracted vendors in regards to Prop 65 and/or any globally recognized labor standards, including the use of prison labor, indentured servitude/trafficking or for the restriction of free movement.

  • ARMANI EXCHANGE MAINTAINS INTERNAL ACCOUNTABILITY STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES FOR EMPLOYEES OR CONTRACTORS FAILING TO MEET COMPANY STANDARDS REGARDING SLAVERY AND TRAFFICKING.

  • Armani Exchange has a zero-tolerance policy for the employment of underage workers and forced labor of any kind, including the use of prison labor, indentured servitude/trafficking or for the restriction of free movement.  Armani Exchange will cease business operations with any contracted vendor found in violation of Prop 65 and/or any globally recognized labor standards.

  • ARMANI EXCHANGE PROVIDES COMPANY EMPLOYEES AND MANAGERS, WHO HAVE DIRECT RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT, TRAINING ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SLAVERY, PARTICULARLY WITH RESPECT TO MITIGATING RISKS WITHIN THE SUPPLY CHAINS OF PRODUCTS.

  • Armani Exchange continuously communicates specific instruction regarding the prevention of forced labor and human trafficking and sends notice of any changes to labor regulations, workplace standards, safety and/or environmental practices to all contracted vendors. Armani Exchange is currently in the process of working with contracted vendors to set-up workshops focused on training on forced labor, including the use of prison labor, indentured servitude/trafficking with respect to zero-tolerance policy issued by the brand.