Fashion

Ralph Lauren closes fashion’s gender gap with Parity.org

The Ralph Lauren Corporation has teamed with nonprofit organization
Parity.org to work towards gender parity within the fashion industry.
The two parties, along with PVH Corp., Lacoste, Tiffany & Co. and
Movado Group have unveiled a new roadmap to help the industry achieve
equality goals.

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The strategy is outlined in a paper called “Unlocking Gender Parity
in Fashion,” which offers industry peers a step-by-step guide to work
for gender parity and pay equality at all levels of their
organizations.

This roadmap focuses on steps including making a visible commitment
to gender equality, looking to executive recruitment strategy as the
key to hiring qualified and diverse women at equal levels and pay,
benefits and policies to improve work-life balance and equal pay as an
essential part of sustaining gender parity.

“Across the industry, we recognize that we need to make discernible
progress on diversity, equality and inclusion. By coming together to
develop a consistent method and approach to achieving gender parity
and greater diversity, we can move further, faster,” said Ralph
Lauren’s chief people officer, Roseann Lynch, commented in a
statement. “This roadmap represents a significant milestone for our
industry, and we look forward to continuing to engage in meaningful
dialogue with our peers as it is embraced and implemented across
companies.”

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