Ethical Chronicles examines HolyClothing’s life and habits as a company.
Our goal is to use transparency to help us reduce our adverse social and environmental impacts.
Article 23 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: “Everyone who works has the right to just and favourable remuneration ensuring for himself and for his family an existence worthy of human dignity.”
We are pleased to pay all staff a living wage, something uncommon in an industry ripe with exploitation.
I’m Sushma, a thread cutter, presser and folder at HolyClothing for 8 years. I earn a living wage. I like to work for HolyClothing because of the clean work environment and earning a living wage that is always paid on time.
I’m Sheela, a thread cutter and garment folder at HolyClothing for 10 years. I earn a living wage. I like to work for HolyClothing because they treat staff like family, with dignity.
I’m Rajesh, a final checker in HolyClothing’s finishing department since 2002. I’m making 60% more than minimum wage, a living wage in New Delhi, India. I support my wife and one son.
I’m Usha, a dyeing helper at HolyClothing for one year. I’m earning a living wage and my job is to make sure elasticated garments dye evenly.
I’m Rajni, a thread cutter at HolyClothing in Delhi, India for one year. I’m earning a living wage and hope to be a garment presser one day.