Chamilia Corporate Sustainability Policy
Chamilia, as part of the Swarovski group of companies, adheres to the Swarovski Corporate Sustainability Policy and approach. Our commitment to corporate sustainability has been embedded in the way that we do business since Swarovski was created in 1895 by Daniel Swarovski. Today, the company, still family-owned and run by the fifth-generation family members, has a global reach with some twenty-five thousand employees and has a presence in over one hundred-twenty countries. As now a part of this Swarovski history, Chamilia strives to remain true to Daniel Swarovski’s vision of a responsible company that not only has its employees’ wellbeing at heart but also that of the environment and society as a whole. For generations, we have recognized that the long-term success of the company is inseparable from the wellbeing of our stakeholders.
"A pre-condition of your long-term success is that you endeavor to think not only of yourselves but also of your fellow human beings. Those who adhere to this condition will certainly be blessed with success" Daniel Swarovski
Today, these founding principles are central to our approach to corporate sustainability. We are committed to responsible business practices that integrate ethical, human rights, social and environmental considerations in our strategy and day-to-day operations across the company.
Employees, contractors and business partners are expected to adhere to these responsible practices in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and company policies and procedures.
Chamila is a certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), an organisation established by the jewelry industry to advance responsible social and environmental practices throughout the supply chain. As a member of the RJC, we seek to align our business operations with the RJC Code of Practices to positively impact our industry.
Swarovski is a member of the United Nations Global Comapct; as such, our strategy is aligned with the ten UNGC principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption. Chamilia likewise strives to strengthen our alignment with these principles by respecting the UN Guiding Pricniples on Business and Human Rights and the International Labour Organisation’s core conventions. Chamila is committed to responsible sourcing; therefore, we require all suppliers to certify that they do not contribute to conflict in affected areas. Chamilia is opposed to slavery and human trafficking and adheres to the tenents of Anti-Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in the workplace.
To ensure transparency and to provide regular opportunities for review, Swarovski group will continue to report externally on our corporate sustainability performance.