California Supply Chains Act
EVEREVE is a boutique fashion retailer where we curate a selection of products from many different vendors. We believe in treating everyone with respect and dignity. As such, we condemn child labor, forced labor, human trafficking, and abuse. We are committed to fair labor practices in our supply chain. Read on to learn more about steps we are taking to ensure our goods are made following ethical production practices.
We expect our vendors to follow ethical production practices as laid out by the U.S. Government and those of the respective country of manufacture or exportation. EVEREVE uses vendor factory reports to monitor compliance, along with third-party factory audits. When potential risks are identified, a course of action is determined to best address them. The risk assessment includes additional focus on monitoring for human trafficking and slavery risks within the supply chain.
We require factories producing EVEREVE brand products to conduct annual factory audits by one of the reputable independent third-party monitoring companies (SGS, Intertek, or Bureau Veritas) to ensure that safe, ethical practices are upheld. Audits are both announced and unannounced.
Factory audits show a pass or fail for certification. When potential risks are identified in the chain, a course of action is determined to best address them on a per-vendor basis.
If a vendor is deemed to be not in compliance with ethical production practices as laid out by the U.S. Government and those of the respective country of manufacture or exportation, EVEREVE commits to requiring the vendor take immediate steps to rectify the issue. We will cease doing business with vendors that knowingly violate fair labor practices.
Factory employees responsible for supply-chain-related decisions are required to complete a training and assessment that ensures their knowledge of identifying and addressing human trafficking and slavery within the direct supply chains. Validation can be through factory records and factory audits.