Living wage

A living wage should cover the worker’s basic needs such as cost of accommodation, food, medical care, the schooling for children and some savings. The wage should reflect the worker’s skills, and the correct wage should be paid out at the right time. Unfortunately, it is a common problem that incorrect wages are paid out by suppliers.

In accordance with Lindex Code of Conduct our suppliers must, as a minimum requirement, pay the country’s statutory minimum wage to the employees in the factories. This is however not enough since the minimum wage is often not at a level that cover the basic needs, as well as provides some discretionary income.

At Lindex, we think that you should be able to live on your wage and we consider living wage to be a very important issue. We therefore support a process that will enable our suppliers to pay a wage that cover basic needs for workers and their families. We target this issue by actively working with other industry networks, and internally in our purchasing processes by reviewing costs, procedures, and lead time.

In addition to monitoring that the correct minimum wage is actually paid out, we are working to obtain additional resources to the workers such as free lunches and free and safe transport to and from the factory as part of our social responsibility.

Today Lindex does not own any factories, they are owned by our suppliers where we place our orders. All factories used must be approved by us. Twice a year, we make an evaluation of our suppliers based on a score card, where the code of conduct-performance is included as a parameter. Based on this evaluation, we grade our suppliers in different levels, and those with the best results gets the most orders.

The news

Continued strong result for Lindex

Today, the fashion company presents its interim result and sales for the first half of the year and the second quarter. The result shows that Lindex has maintained its strong performance.
August 9, 2019

Lindex in collaboration with Boozt

Lindex continues its digital expansion and are now partnering up with Boozt. As a first step, a selection of Lindex kids’ clothing is available at Boozt.com.
July 10, 2019

Lindex recruits Marie Paulsson as Creative Director

As part of Lindex’s work to create a holistic brand experience in Lindex’s all channels and further strengthen the customer experience, the fashion brand has recruited Marie Paulsson as Creative Director.

June 18, 2019

Lindex opens store in Denmark

Lindex will open store in Denmark this autumn. The store will be operated by a franchisee and will open in the attractive shopping centre Fields in Copenhagen.
May 14, 2019

Lindex and By Malina create the ultimate holiday wardrobe

Lindex and the Swedish fashion brand By Malina are collaborating to create a holiday wardrobe featuring 26 pieces, with everything you need for your holiday. By Malina’s strong artistic idiom featuring bright colours and beautiful prints has been integrated into Lindex’s world. The collection will be launched online and in selected stores in all markets 9th May, 2019.
April 30, 2019

Strong quarter for Lindex with sales growth and increased profitability

Today, Lindex presents its sales and result for the first quarter and reports a continued strong sales growth and increased profitability.
April 30, 2019

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