THE LOCALÉ GROUP works with integrity with consumers, wholesalers, suppliers and employees to operate in a safe and ethical environment. THE LOCALÉ GROUP understands that it is our responsibility to operate as a sustainable company and that it’s just the beginning of our journey to becoming more sustainable. THE LOCALÉ GROUP will continue to review and improve its operations and its impact on the planet as we grow and produce our brands collections.


THE LOCALÉ GROUP is committed to supporting its local community within Byron Bay, as well as external communities in which our products and services operate including USA, The Middle East, Hong Kong, Asia Pacific, Australia and New Zealand. We continue to support growth within our communities globally through corporate donation, volunteer work and community partnerships.


We are committed to equal opportunity in employment for all regardless of age, career, status, disability, industrial activity, physical features, political belief or activity, pregnancy, race, religion, gender or sexual preference.


THE LOCALÉ GROUP believes all business should be conducted with ethical and sustainable products. Our consumers can be confident that workers involved in the making of our products receive fair wages and work under decent conditions. Our supply chains, local and international sub-contractors are compliant with Australian Ethical Laws and the Commonwealth Government’s Fair Work  Principles.


Where possible, THE LOCALÉ GROUP purchases sustainable office products, which are manufactured with recycled paper and plastic content. THE LOCALÉ GROUP has created an internal Environmental Code of Practice to ensure all employees, suppliers and third parties work in accordance with these guidelines to do the right thing for our planet. THE LOCALÉ GROUP actively recycles materials where possible to develop a sustainable operation that supports our environment worldwide.


Manufacturers will not use child labour.

The term “child” refers to a person younger than 15 (or 14 where local laws allow) or, if higher, the local legal minimum age for employment or the age for completing compulsory education.

Manufacturers employing young persons who do not fall within the definition of “children” will also comply with any laws and regulations applicable to such persons.


Manufacturers will not discriminate in hiring and employment practices, including salary, benefits, advancement, discipline, termination or retirement, on the basis of race, religion, age, nationality, social ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender, political opinion or disability.


Manufacturers will provide employees with a safe and healthy workplace in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, ensuring at a minimum reasonable access to potable water and sanitary facilities; fire safety; and adequate lighting and ventilation.  Manufacturers will also ensure that the same standards of health and safety are applied in any housing that they provide for employees.


We expect manufacturers to recognise that wages are essential to meeting employee’s basic needs.  Manufacturers will, at a minimum, comply with all applicable wage and hour laws and regulations, including those relating to minimum wages, overtime, maximum hours, piece rates and other elements of compensation, and provide legally mandate benefits.


Manufacturers will comply with all applicable environmental laws and regulations.


THE LOCALÉ GROUP’s International Labour Standards (ILS) program evaluates and helps address working conditions in facilities producing THE LOCALÉ GROUP products.  These facilities are not owned or control by THE LOCALÉ GROUP but are business engaged by the independent licensees and vendors with whom we do business.  THE LOCALÉ GROUP has a Code of Conduct for Manufacturers since inception that is designed to be consistent with our core conventions of the International Labour Organisation (ILO).


Our Code of Conduct for Manufacturers sets forth requirements for manufacturers of our products with respect to labour standards and working conditions.  The principles embodied in our Code are designed to be consistent with core conventions of the International Labour Organisation (ILO), the specialised agency of the United Nations focused on the global labour standards, as well as codes set forth by key labour standards organisations.

At THE LOCALÉ GROUP we are committed to:

  • A standard of excellence in every aspect of our business and in every corner of the world.
  • Ethical and responsible conduct in all our operations.
  • Respect for the rights of all individuals; and
  • Respect for the environment.