We proudly manufacture with a few key apparel suppliers with the approach to deliver the best quality every time. We recognise the value in transparency and our mission is to minimise our impact on our planet and maximise our positive impact on humanity.
Compliance is a high priority for our business, and we have committed to ensuring living wage-based remuneration for all employees of our apparel suppliers.
All factory workers involved in the manufacturing of our products are paid above the minimum wage. Under our code of conduct, we have ensured that all suppliers must pay all employees, regardless of gender, significantly higher wage than the official minimum wage policy. This internal policy not only covers basic needs for the workers and their families but additional income as well. Our policy also gives workers paid sick leave, annual leave and, statutory holidays as required by law.
We also require all our suppliers and factories to comply with global manufacturing standards set by the independent, non-profits WRAP — Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production BSCI— Business Social Compliance Initiativeand our internal Code of Conduct.
At Lorna Jane, we are serious about social accountability, ethical sourcing, and our responsibilities as a producer of fashion under the Australian Government’s Modern Slavery Act 2018.
We are focused on continuous improvement and investment in our ethical sourcing program, and this includes a commitment to paying a living wage for all involved in the manufacture of our products.
We have also adopted a Modern Slavery Statement as part of our compliance with the Australian Government regulations. This Statement is our primary reporting method.
Our apparel suppliers and factories align with our values and comply with global manufacturing standards set by the independent, non-profit WRAP – Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production and BSCI-Business Social Compliance Initiative and our internal Code of Conduct.
WRAP is an independent, non-profit, objective team of global compliance experts dedicated to promoting safe, lawful, humane, and ethical manufacturing around the world.
WRAP conduct the largest independent factory accreditation program in the world that is based on twelve principles and the conventions of the International Labour Organisation.
Compliance with Laws and Workplace Relations
Prohibition of Forced Labour
Prohibition of Child Labour
Prohibition of Harassment or Abuse
Compensation and Benefits
Hours of Work is limited by law
Prohibition of Discrimination
Health and Safety
Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining