Ethical Labor Practices
Ensuring Ethical Labor Practices
Our commitment to transparency is core to our Corporate Social Responsibility efforts. Nordstrom Made, our family of private-label brands, has production in hundreds of factories each year, and we disclose our suppliers' names and locations as part of that commitment to transparency. View our factory list, which represents our suppliers as of July 31, 2021. This list is limited to our most strategic suppliers and should not be construed to represent all of our suppliers around the world. This list is also subject to change.
We partner with organizations like Better Work and BSR's HERproject to receive and respond to feedback from the people who work in factories where our products are made. Better Work helps us gain insight into a factory's continuous improvement efforts. Through this partnership, we can better understand systemic challenges and local context that impact factory workers and management. HERproject is a women's empowerment initiative that strives to improve the lives of low-income supply chain workers. Since 2007, Nordstrom and HERproject have launched worker empowerment training programs in 44 factories around the world. The trainings are focused on topics like health, finances, communication and literacy.
By 2025, our goals are to:
Disclose traceability to the factory for 90% of Nordstrom Made products.
Ensure all suppliers and business partners adhere to the Nordstrom Partner Code of Conduct.
Ensure 100% of Nordstrom Made strategic suppliers pay a living wage.