Who says workwear and fashion can’t go together? This article was produced in collaboration with McDonald’s. McDonald’s and Team ELLE joined forces for a collaboration you (trust us) won’t want to miss! Together with perhaps the world’s best-known catering chain, we put a number of employees in a sunny mode. You can read all the details here.
This summer you see Etos employees in a completely new look. Since 2017, Etos has introduced the Pick & Mix line. Every day, employees can choose their own style with ten items from the Etos clothing collection. In this way, more than 5,400 employees create their own Etos look. A new sustainable shirt has been added to this collection.
Our CEO Jaap Rijnsdorp was invited at the European Parliament in Brussels to speak about Due Diligence Legislation. During this meeting they debate about the practical implementation of the CSDD directive and the tools needed to achieve the objectives set by the CSDD directive and sectoral Due Diligence legislation.
Together with around 30 other EU-based companies we have published a joint opinion piece in The Parliament Magazine, urging Members of European Parliament (MEPs) to vote in favour of the latest legal committee proposal for EU-wide legislation on human rights and environmental due diligence (EU CSDDD).
From now on, all employees of Dirk van den Broek will put their sleeves in a new jacket. The new corporate clothing, produced in collaboration with Schijvens Corporate Fashion, is fully circular. The fabrics of the new outfits are developed by collecting old Dirk clothing and combining it with recycled PET bottles, ocean plastic and organic cotton. As of Sunday 19 February, everyone will be working in the new outfit.
The employees of McDonald’s Restaurants are literally being given a new look. In collaboration with family business Schijvens Corporate Fashion, new company clothing has been developed for employees in the Restaurants, a hip clothing line with a lot of variation that is completely in line with this time. Employees from the Restaurants have helped with the choice of company clothing, which is produced in a sustainable manner.
Schijvens Corporate Fashion is a partner of the international education project on Integrated reporting of Avans University of Applied Sciences. To this end, they approached a number of SMEs that have embedded sustainability in their strategy to tell us something about this. Schijvens cannot be missed in this series.
Shirley Schijvens is the 5th generation of the family owned business Schijvens Corporate Fashion in Hilvarenbeek. Her ambition is to have a fully circular production by the end of 2022. She has therefore been involved in the sustainable development of Schijvens for a number of years. Employees, chain partners and customers; they do it all together. This is even a bit “addictive” for her. She clearly explains in podcast episode 3 of ‘Elise in MVO-land’ what this way of working yields and costs her.