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Gap and Levi's Are Two of the World's Most Ethical Companies

Gap's look for spring. Images via Fashionista.
Gap's look for spring. Images via Fashionista.

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An international organization that decides such things, called the Ethisphere Institute, has put San Francisco's Gap on its "most ethical" list for the 8th year in a row. Our home town denim company Levi's has also made the list. The only other apparel company to join them is H&M. What have these three done to deserve such an honor? Requirements include having a solid ethics and compliance program, a respectable reputation, governance, and more. See all the details on how the organization scored companies here. Think your company deserve to make the cut? You can nominate it here.
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