Doing well by doing good

August 2009
Employee Benefit News;Aug2009, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p53
The article offers a look at how Tom Lewis, founder of the New York-based leather coats and jackets manufacturer Boston Harbour, in complied with international human rights guidelines when he expanded in China. Lewis followed fellow apparel company Philips Van Heusen's methods of doing business with Chinese garment factories. Among the measures implemented by Lewis were the installation of eye-wash station and training workers in first aid.


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