Due to our general personal mentality and philosophy of the company, IRIEDAILY joined the FWF at the beginning of 2016. After only 2.5 years we have achieved the Leader Status at FWF in Summer 2018.
That proves that we are developing exceptionally well and working at an advanced level. As we have a solid supplier base with long-standing personal relationships, we can effectively ensure good working conditions for the workers in the factories.
The Leader Status is the highest status you can get from the FWF. We are proud of this achievement and looking forward to continue the work with the FWF. The permanent control and continuation of the fair working conditions and wages in our factories are our goals for the future.
Here you can find our Brand Performance Check of the year 2018
IRIEDAILY Brand Performance Check
Have a look at our Social Report for the year 2019:
IRIEDAILY Social Report
The Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) is an independent non-profit organisation that is jointly governed by representatives of business, labour and non-profit sectors like non-governmental organisations, trade unions and business associations. FWF’s mission is to improve labour conditions and wages for workers in the garment industry. The focus is on the confection, i.e. where fabrics are processed into textile products. Sewing is one of the most labour-intensive steps in the production process, and working conditions often suffer as a result.
The organization has two main areas of activity:
On the one hand, its tasks include regular review, evaluation and public reporting on the progress made by member companies in implementing the FWF’s requirements. This involves on-site inspections of production facilities and interviews with workers as well.
On the other hand, FWF and its members are developing and testing new approaches to better enforce human rights in their supply chains.
As the FWF is a multi-stakeholder initiative with partners such as trade unions, business associations and NGOs, a balanced approach is guaranteed at all levels of the production process. The involvement of local partners in the production countries is also one of the strengths of the FWF.
Member companies must sign the 8-point FWF Code of Labour Practice, which is based on UN- and ILO- principles and enforce them in their supply chains.
More about the Code of Labour Practices and our key achievements in 2019 can be found here: https://www.iriedaily.de/en/code-of-labour-practices/
FWF publicly reports on the progress of member companies towards implementation of the Code and and all other improvements. Once a year, each member company is required to submit a so-called social report, and the FWF also publishes a brand performance check. Based on these two reports, the company then receives its status. The verification process of the independent organisation works on three levels and only awards the brands the trustworthy FWF seal after intensive examination.
FWF also works closely with a network of stakeholder organisations in production countries. FWF’s 80 member companies are based in nine European countries, and represent around 120 brands. FWF member products are sold in 20,000 retail outlets in more than 80 countries around the world. FWF is active in nine production countries in Asia, Europe and Africa.
100% fair clothing still remains a goal! We are aware that there is no such thing as the perfect model to fight injustice in the workplace, forced labour and discrimination, but we are happy to work with the FWF and all its members to gradually improve working conditions in the garment industry. Together we can develop innovative solutions and standards to improve the lives of millions of workers!