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Response by Gucci

Author: Gucci, Published on: 3 January 2018

Respect and well-being of people is one of the three pillars of the Gucci’s ten-year “Culture of Purpose” sustainability plan, which underpins the company’s approach to creating a more responsible business.

Gucci prioritizes the well-being of its employees and is dedicated to enhancing the lives of all those involved in making its products, also through the responsible and innovative management of its supply chain.

The company strives to incorporate ethical values in the conduct of its business, including the health and the safety of its workplaces as well as the rights and equal opportunities of its employees.

A comprehensive approach to ensure the respect of these principles is currently in place and is constantly enhanced by means of an increasing number of audits and the resulting corrective actions.

This is a response from the following companies: Gucci (part of Kering)