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What score did the company achieve for 1.1 Own Operations Policies in the Fashion Transparency Index?
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Topics
Metric Type
Years

These policies evidence the company's operating guidelines and outline the standards that must be implemented across the company's activities. Policies are a way for a company to communicate its commitments to human rights, social impacts and environmental protection. If they have policies in place we know they are considering these topics within their business.


A note on the scoring system


WikiRate has a standardised 10-point scoring system making it possible to compare company scores across different benchmarks. On WikiRate.org, the Fashion Transparency Index scoring system, where each company can get a maximum of 250 points, has been converted to the 10-point scoring system - with 10 being the highest a company can score and 0 being the lowest. These company scores can also be translated to percentages e.g. if a company has scored 2.5 out of 10 on WikiRate, they have achieved 25% of the 250 points in the Fashion Transparency Index.

Formula
Value Score
Animal Welfare 0.476
Annual Leave & Public Holidays 0.476
Anti-bribery Corruption & Presentation of False Information 0.476
Biodiversity & Conservation 0.476
Community Engagement 0.476
Contracts & Terms of Employment 0.476
Discrimination 0.476
Diversity & Inclusion 0.476
Energy & Carbon Emissions 0.476
Equal Pay 0.476
Freedom of Association Right to Organise & Collective Bargaining 0.476
Harassment & Violence 0.476
Health & Safety 0.476
Maternity Rights & Parental Leave 0.476
Notice Period Dismissal & Disciplinary Action 0.476
Restricted Substance List 0.476
Wages & Financial Benefits (e.g. bonuses/insurance/social security/pensions) 0.476
Waste & Recycling (Packaging/Office/Retail) 0.476
Waste & Recycling (Product/Textiles) 0.476
Water Usage & Footprint 0.476
Working Hours & Rest Breaks 0.476
None 0