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Inditex

  • Market cap. €72.5bn

  • Clothing & textile
  • Spain

  • Industria de Diseño Textil, SA is a publicly traded company that specialises in clothing retail. It owns and operates Zara, Zara Home, Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, Mershka, Stradivarius, Oysho and Uterqüe.

On the Resource Centre

Indicators

Transparency Pledge ? Company has fully aligned or committed to aligning with the Transparency Pledge standard, by publicly disclosing information about their supplier factories.

Global Apparel Facilities on OAR ? Global apparel facilities on Open Apparel Registry

Global Framework Agreement ? Company has signed a Global Framework Agreement, negotiated on a global level with a trade union.

Living Wage in Supply Chains ? Fashion Checker found no public evidence that the company’s suppliers are paying workers a living wage.

COVID-19 actions ?

Information in this section obtained through company survey responses and public statements. Implementation of actions not verified by suppliers or workers.

COVID-19 Tracker

Extended payment times

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Endorsed ILO Call to Action

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Supporting suppliers to access finance

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Paying for all in-production & completed orders

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90 days

Payment terms prior to pandemic

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Requested retroactive discounts

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Pandemic policy on discriminatory dismissals

Covered in pre-existing policy

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Monitoring wage & severance payment

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Recorded profits since the pandemic

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Pandemic policy on price reductions

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Benchmark rankings

Know The Chain 2018
? KnowTheChain is a resource for companies and investors to understand and address forced labour risks within their global supply chains.
70 / 100
CHRB 2019
? The 2019 Corporate Human Rights Benchmark assesses 200 of the largest publicly traded companies in the world on a set of human rights indicators.
65.6 / 100
CHRB 2018
? The 2018 Corporate Human Rights Benchmark assessed 100 of the largest publicly traded companies in the world on a set of human rights indicators.
52.9 / 100