Apparel

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Overall Scores

30 of the largest apparel companies in the world were assessed against the CHRB’s Apparel criteria (of which 8 companies were also assessed against the Agricultural Products criteria).

Companies (n=30)

9

Companies in this band

Highest score >> Lowest score: Tapestry, Costco Wholesale, Nordstrom, Falabella, Ross Stores, Macy's, Prada, Hermes International, Heilan Home.

0-10
6

Companies in this band

Highest score >> Lowest score: LVMH, Aeon Company, L Brands, Target, TJX Companies, Kohl's.

10-20
4

Companies in this band

Highest score >> Lowest score: Kering, Fast Retailing, Associated British Foods, Wal-Mart Stores.

20-30
4

Companies in this band

Highest score >> Lowest score: Next, Tesco, Nike, Under Armour.

30-40
2

Companies in this band

Highest score >> Lowest score: Hennes & Mauritz, Hanesbrands.

40-50
2

Companies in this band

Highest score >> Lowest score: Inditex, Gap.

50-60
2

Companies in this band

Highest score >> Lowest score: Marks & Spencer Group, VF.

60-70
70-80
1

Companies in this band

Adidas.

80-90
90-100

Score Range (%)

 

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Measurement Theme Performance

There has been a general upward trend (on average) since 2017, but companies are scoring fewer points on Theme C (Remedies and Grievance Mechanisms) than for other themes, as in 2017. Adidas, Marks and Spencer and VF were consistently top scorers in different themes, while the lowest scoring companies per theme were more varied, although Heilan Home and Kweichow Moutai had the most ‘zero scores per theme’.

 

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In the Key Findings Report you can find the highest and lowest scoring companies in each industry by measurement theme, analysis of trends, and emerging practice.

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