At GERRY WEBER, we assume responsibility both for our own employees and for the employees of our suppliers. We support the latter in achieving compliance with human rights, social standards and labour laws and ensuring fair wages.
To live up to this responsibility, GERRY WEBER joined the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) in 2010. The BSCI is an initiative for retailers, manufacturers and importers, enabling them to monitor and improve social standards and working conditions at suppliers as well as on farms across their worldwide supply chains. Core elements of the BSCI programme include awareness training and the promotion of knowledge regarding employee needs as well as a shared approach to improving any potential shortcomings.
GERRY WEBER International AG commits its suppliers to compliance with the social standards under the BSCI Code of Conduct and works with them towards practical solutions for quality assurance and ongoing improvements.
GERRY WEBER International AG is committed to corporate citizenship both on a regional and on an international level.
Environmental protection and nature preservation as well as the responsible use of natural resources play an important role in all corporate decisions of the GERRY WEBER Group.
Our good reputation is one of the most important assets of our company and the basis for our long-term success. This is why we want to do more than just comply with internal and statutory regulations.