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People

Gildan’s ability to attract and retain the best talent is due, in large part, to its outstanding reputation in the countries where it operates. At Gildan, we value our employees and this is what sets us apart. We ask the people who choose to work with us to give the best of themselves and in turn we believe that we owe it to them to provide a safe, rewarding and stimulating work environment. This sentiment is transformed into action each day.

The Company strives to meet the challenge of fulfilling the needs of its employees in the different regions where it operates on a daily basis. A wide range of cultures representing diverse economic, political, legal and social systems are reflected throughout our operations in North and Central America, the Caribbean Basin, Asia and Europe. Holistically, we remain committed to continuing to implement the best working conditions in the apparel industry to benefit our over 48,000 employees whom we depend on for our success. 

Code of Conduct Code of Conduct

Guidelines for an ethical workplace

Our Code of Conduct guides our activities wherever we operate and clearly states our position on a number of labour practice issues.

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Working conditions Working conditions

Creating an ethical and stimulating work environment

By offering competitive working conditions, we continuously strive to attract, engage, develop and retain the best talent in all of our operating regions.

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Social Compliance Social Compliance

Commitment to the highest labour standards

To ensure that we deliver on our commitments to employees, customers and other stakeholders to meet or exceed our strict Code of Conduct requirements, we conduct a series of independent internal and third-party audits each year.

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Employee Engagement Programs Employee Engagement Programs

Supporting our employees and their communities

We develop and implement meaningful programs to communicate and engage with our employees to better support them in various aspects of their lives.

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