Our Commitment and Responsibility:
At Kapade, it is our commitment to maintain a supportive, inclusive environment in which all voices are heard and respected. Our encouraging work environment enables our team members to infuse positive creationism energies into all that they do. Every team member at Kapade has access to equal opportunities for career growth. Fair pay is provided at all levels within the organisation. In everything we do, we manage to strike the right balance between contemporary clothing and traditional techniques. Not only do we appreciate our points of parity, but also our points of difference.
We look for people who are unafraid to change things up and challenge the norm; people who are confident, positive, and respectful of diversity in the workplace. At Kapade, our decisions are respectful towards various genders, ethnicities, religions, nationalities, sexual orientations, ages, social and political beliefs, world views, and physical abilities.
We are willing to give equal opportunities to the differently abled. The essence of our creativity at Kapade lies in working collaboratively to bring ideas to life. Our attitude to work is straightforward, and our culture is open — these are things we are proud of and well known for.
All the members of Kapade take pride in our high ethical standards, inclusive sustainable practices, and responsible business operations. Whether we’re collaborating with a reputed foundation or an individual artisan, we make sure that our social code is followed to the tee.
The social code is a guideline that comprises the minimum standards. It is in no way intended to prevent the application of higher standards. If the minimum standards can be exceeded, companies and individuals should not prevent themselves from doing so.
All companies and individuals are expected to apply the social code while also complying with national and regional laws, as well as any other applicable laws; wherever the same subject is being addressed, companies and individuals are to apply those provisions which offer higher and better protection.
In the absence of relevant national laws, suppliers must refer to the guidelines set by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) conventions.