JA Moves Forward With Corporate Responsibility

The JA board of directors has approved three elements of its corporate responsibility initiative: the development of self-assessment and training tools and policy and procedure reviews for JA member jewelers, the implementation of the JA Supplier Code of Conduct, and collaboration with leading international corporate and institutional bodies. "A credible and effective commitment to corporate responsibility throughout the supply chain is essential to maintaining consumer confidence in the industry and in its products," said JA president and CEO Matthew A. Runci, who also serves as vice president of the Consumer Confidence Commission of CIBJO, the World Jewellery Confederation. To help its members meet their responsibilities, JA is designing an internal monitoring service as a member benefit. Elements under consideration include a diagnostic self-assessment tool, mystery shoppers, trai

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