At Grosvenor Shirts we continuously review the activities that we undertake and consider their impact on the environment, the community and our employees. We are committed to develop and implement sustainability initiatives to reduce any negative impact on the environment and society
We manufacture 90% of all of our goods in our own factory in Strabane, Northern Ireland; with all other goods purchased from responsible manufacturers in Europe. We visit all suppliers to check their suitability.
All of our shirts are produced with natural fabrics, cotton, silk or linen. We have very little waste cloth and we use small pieces to produce boxer shorts and cotton handkerchiefs. Any smaller pieces are given to the local school. All plastic, cardboard and paper waste is collected by a local recycling company.
Grosvenor shirts is committed to a Policy of equality of opportunity in its employment practices and aims to ensure that no actual or potential job applicant or staff member is discriminated against, either directly or indirectly, on the grounds of gender, marital status, disability, race, community background or political persuasion, age, dependants, sexual orientation or trade union membership.
Each person shall have equal opportunity for employment, training and advancement in Grosvenor Shirts on the basis of ability, qualifications and performance. This maximises the effective use of human resources in the best interests of both the organisation and the individual.
We are committed to ensuring the health, safety and welfare of our employees and will, so far as is reasonably practicable, establish procedures and systems necessary to implement this commitment.
Sustainability and environmental issues are handled directly by Karl Dunkley (CEO) and Mavis McNulty (Company Secretary), and are integral in every process and decision within the business.