Corporate Social Responsibilty
Ethical CharterJOSEPH is committed to responsible practice across all areas of its business. Ethical and sustainable sourcing is a vital part of this commitment.
The Ethical Charter sets out the minimum standards that we require our suppliers and their affiliates to uphold, in order to trade with JOSEPH.
JOSEPH will enforce these standards through regular inspections of supplier facilities by our own employees and third-party auditors. If a supplier fails to comply to the minimum standards agreed to in this Ethical Charter, JOSEPH reserves the right to end any business relation or contract, if no agreement or plan of action has been found to rectify the situation.
Responsible Animal SourcingJOSEPH is deeply committed to principles and practices that ensure the highest standard of animal welfare is adopted in our supply chain. These principles form part of our Ethical Charter.
FurWith effect from the Summer 2020 collection, JOSEPH will not procure, manufacture or buy any real fur from rabbit (angora), fox, mink, racoon, coyote, beaver and chinchilla.
Exotic SkinsJOSEPH will not procure, manufacture or buy exotic skins.
Modern Slavery StatementThe Modern Slavery Act 2015 sets out the steps that the JOSEPH Group has taken and is continuing to take to ensure that modern slavery or human trafficking is not taking place within our business or supply chain. Our annual statements are available below.
View Modern Slavery Report
Gender Pay Gap ReportAt JOSEPH we employ over 350 people worldwide and our employees are fundamental to our global success. We are proud of the diversity across our teams. We employ people from a wide range of backgrounds, nationalities and ages. We have a gender-neutral approach to recruitment, retention and promotion. You can read more about our Gender Pay Gap in the following report;
View Gender Pay Gap Report