Mission: To give every woman the means to style her own life.
We receive great joy out of creating irresistible jewelry, stylish apparel, and good for you skincare. And yet, great products are just the tangible expression of something much bigger we are creating. We ...
Stella and Dot, an Inc. 500 Fastest-Growing Company, is a San Francisco based social selling company that creates flexible entrepreneurial opportunities for women. Our boutique-style jewelry and accessories line is available exclusively through in-home Trunk Shows by Independent Stylists and online. Our one of a kind collections are designed by celebrated New York designers and featured in Gossip Girl, In Style andLucky Magazine as well as on the wrists and necklines of today's hottest celebrities. The Today Show, Wall Street Journal and The New York Times have praised Stella & Dot for our innovative social shopping concept which brings together the best of ecommerce, social media, personal service and passionate earning to create the ultimate home based business for today's modern woman.
TO GIVE EVERY WOMAN THE MEANS TO STYLE HER OWN LIFE.
Our Commitment to Social Responsibility
We create irresistible products of the highest quality that offer our customers a great value, but our commitment does not end there. We also have the responsibility to source our products in a legal, ethical and responsible manner. As an innovative company helping women thrive through flexible careers as work-from-home entrepreneurs, we strive to be a company women are proud to say they are part of- a company with integrity. With that as an overarching goal, we are committed to working only with partners who share our values for social responsibility.
Stella & Dot’s Social Responsibility Program clearly communicates our expectations around responsible production and sourcing practices. We hold our partners to high standards not only on the quality and safety of our products but also the quality and safety of the work environment they provide. Our partners are proactive in finding ways to benchmark their compliance and track progress in areas such as human rights, health and safety and fair wages and we provide them with clear feedback and direction by benchmarking their performance against industry, country and global standards.
The Stella & Dot Code of Conduct (Code) sets forth the standards that we expect of our partners and each and every one of them must agree to comply with the provisions of our Code in order to do business with us.
We measure our partners’ performance against our Code and if necessary, we take action, including working with our partners on improvements and remediation. Should any of our partners not be willing to work towards and achieve our standards, then we will cease doing business with them.
Our Industry Memberships
We recognize the importance of establishing relationships with experts to allow for improved communication with our business partners and continued research as we further develop and adopt new initiatives to enhance our standards and practices around Social Responsibility. Therefore we have established memberships with Business for Social Responsibility (www.bsr.org) and Fair Factories Clearinghouse (www.fairfactories.org).
California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB 657) went into effect on January 1, 2012. This Act requires companies to disclose what they are doing to identify and eradicate human trafficking and slavery within their supply chain. By doing so consumers can make informed decisions about the products they buy and the companies they choose to support.
Stella & Dot prohibits the use of forced labor and child labor in the production of our products. In addition to our practices noted above and our expectations outlined in our Code, we provide training for our sourcing and quality associates responsible for supply chain management to help them identify signs of forced labor and slavery. We also verify compliance through unannounced factory inspections by a credible third party assessment firm as well as the regular presence of our Asia based sourcing and production team.
Stella & Dot manufactures fashion jewelry and accessories for adults and children (children's product is defined by the Consumer Product Safety Commission as age 12 years and under). In so doing, we strictly adhere to all compliance safety regulatory measures set forth by the CPSC.
Stella & Dot uses the most stringent testing protocols and metrics to test our products for safe, compliant and non-traceable levels of Lead, Nickel and Cadmium that fall well within the standards set forth by the US and EU government. For this reason, our products can be sold with confidence and are carefully labeled to comply with state laws to help our customers make informed decisions when purchasing.
I have been working at Stella & Dot Family of Brands full-time (Less than a year)
Working at S&D has been so great. The team is wonderful - full of smart, fast paced, really fun people to work with. Truly, the team is everything.
Leadership is supportive, open to new ideas, and really believes in the work that this brand does.
Job flexibility is also awesome. Like our mission of giving women the means to live a flexible life, we at headquarters are also given that ability.
Not enough time in the day to accomplish everything you want!
The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Stella & Dot Family of Brands (San Bruno, CA) in December 2011.
I had 4 rounds of in-person interviews (in total spoke with probably 7 people individually for 30 min) over a 5 week period,and reviewed their existing program to provide some thoughts for improvement. For the most part, everyone was very nice and the interviews weren't very stressful.
I was told I'd hear back the week between Christmas and New Year's. I heard nothing, so a week later, I emailed the hiring manager and recruiter. I never got a response and I have heard their new candidate started. All in all, I felt that this experience was extremely disorganized, and after 4 rounds would expect someone to at least tell me that they'd gone another direction. I completely understand choosing another candidate, but leaving me hanging is disrespectful.
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