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Tate & Lawson becomes fully accredited by ECA
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Jan '11
Tate & Lawson are proud to announce that they are now fully accredited by Ethical Clothing Australia. Ethical Clothing Australia protects the rights of employees working within the Australian textile, clothing and footwear industry. They ensure all workers involved in the production of these products receive fair wages and decent conditions.

Laura and Jaymie, created Tate & Lawson because they couldn't find high-quality women's business shirts that fit properly, and they knew other professional women shared their frustration.

Tate & Lawson are committed to doing business ethically and sustainably. We're undergoing accreditation with Ethical Clothing Australia, who protect the interests of people working in the local clothing and footwear manufacturing industry.

Ethical Clothing Australia's accreditation and labelling system helps consumers make an informed choice for ethical shopping. When you see the Ethical Clothing Australia (ECA) trademark on a garment, it means everyone involved in its production received fair wages and worked in decent conditions.

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