ALBANY, NY — Guess Inc. has taken a step to ensure sustainable business practices and worker safety within its company. Working with New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli, Guess will share its efforts to combat different risks including workplace safety and environmental risks in the supply chain.
Guess will publish “an initial sustainability report” by Dec. 31, 2015 which will include its efforts “regarding environmental, social and governance issues.” The agreement between Guess and DiNapoli requires the corporation to submit a follow up “comprehensive report” every two years, and updates in the interim as new issues come up, if required.
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