Our Commitment Towards A More Sustainable Future
At E Chabot we believe that jewelry should be beautiful, timeless, and responsible. But we also believe that it should be a reflection of our values and our commitment to social justice.
We are committed to sustainable and ethical practices that minimize our impact on the environment and ensure the well-being of the people and communities we work with. We recognize that our industry has a long history of exploitation and we are committed to changing that.
That's why we go beyond mere compliance with industry standards. We actively seek out suppliers who share our progressive values and work to support fair labor practices and social justice initiatives. We believe that our success as a business is tied to the well-being of our employees, our customers, and the world around us.
We are proud to support a number of organizations and initiatives that promote social justice and environmental sustainability. We work with local communities to support education, health, and environmental sustainability, and we actively seek out partnerships with organizations that share our values.
We recognize that there is always more work to be done, but we are committed to doing our part to create a more just and sustainable future. We believe that by taking a proactive approach to sustainability and social responsibility, we can make a real difference in the world.
So when you choose E. Chabot for your jewelry needs, you can be sure that you are getting more than just beautiful and timeless pieces. You are also supporting a company that is committed to making a difference in the world and advancing progressive values.
Responsible Business Practices
Above all, E. Chabot strives to be a responsible business and we pride ourselves on meeting the highest ethical standards. Our Responsible Business Practices Policy refers to our responsibility toward our environment. We recognize that E Chabot is part of a bigger system of people, values, the jewelry industry, and society as a whole. Therefore, we see it as vital that our business gives back to the community.
Click here to learn more about our responsible business practicses
Human Rights Policy
Our human rights policy is our position on child labor and forced labour. E. Chabot aims to ensure that our team and those whom we do business with follow the law and care for the best interests of all workers.
International, local, and federal labor laws are stricter today than they were years ago. But even so, millions of humans are still forced to work in unacceptable conditions all around the world.
E Chabot is dedicated to protecting human rights, and doing business in a legal, ethical manner. We are a committed equal-opportunity employer and will abide by all fair labor practices. Therefore, it is fundamental for us to help stop child labor and forced labor. We want to ensure that our organization does not directly or indirectly violate human rights in any country, and also helps end it to the best of our ability.
Click here to learn more about our human rights policies and procedures
Supply Chain Policy
Our supply chain policy is our position on responsible sourcing for our materiels. E Chabot aims to ensure that our team and those whom we do business with engage in responsible sourcing practices. We are committed to using our influence to prevent abuses by others. Therefore, we are dedicated to fulfilling our supply chain due diligence by assessing and identifying any areas of risk of non-compliance within our supply chain.
Click here to learn more about our supply chain policy and procedures
E. Chabot LTD has established this procedure to hear any concerns or complaints from interested parties and stakeholders regarding its supply chain and business practices.
Concerns can be raised by interested parties via email using the following contact information:
On receiving a complaint, we will aim to:
contact you as soon as possible to gather more information regarding your grievance, where applicable;
decide who is the appropriate person internally to handle the grievance, or help redirect you to another entity, such as a relevant company, industry body or other organization;
identify any actions we should take (if any), or monitor the situation;
advise you of any decisions or outcomes; and;
keep records on grievances received and the internal process followed to address such grievances.