PVH Core Values
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Our Commitment: Attract and retain world class talent by making PVH a great place to work
Our Core Values – individuality, partnership, passion, integrity and accountability – embody who we are as a company, guide our decisions and inspire us. To learn more about our Core Values, click here.
We are committed to providing our most important asset – our approximately 35,000 associates around the globe – with a great place to work and opportunities to develop personally and professionally. We continuously expand the development opportunities available to associates, taking an inclusive approach to learning and offering our associates the opportunity to create tailored learning plans. To learn more about our Learning & Development opportunities, click here.
In addition, we offer competitive pay and benefits, tailoring our offerings to the countries and regions where we work. To learn more about our benefits offered, click here.
We also provide for the safety of our associates through our Business Continuity Program, which involves associate preparedness, local site preparations, crisis management and business recovery.
We launched PVH University (“PVH U”), our corporate university, globally in 2016 and offered more than 200 classroom courses, adapted by region. PVH U OnDemand, the portal for e-learning content, offers more than 2,000 online courses and videos, which are available to all corporate associates globally in 13 languages. This year, PVH U was recognized as one of the top three corporate universities in HR.com’s LEAD Awards.
We introduced a Leaders Who Lunch series in which associates have the opportunity to discuss current business topics with a senior leader. We hosted sessions with our Chief Operating and Financial Officer, Michael Shaffer, who addressed the changing retail landscape.
We replaced our maternity, paternity, and adoption leave policies in the U.S. with a comprehensive parental leave policy, which covers any parent who adopts or fosters a child, as well as any partner or spouse of a birthing mother. The policy includes a more consistent salary over an extended period for eligible associates. We also implemented a Flex Back To Work Program, allowing for a more gradual transition back to work following parental leave.
We introduced tools and resources to help our associates navigate our robust range of benefits, take full advantage of their benefits and make the right choices for themselves and their families. For example, we created a customized benefits portal for U.S. associates with interactive tools to help them research and select medical plans and launched a new global human resources and payroll solution (Workday) in the U.S. and Canada that will be rolled out globally, starting in Asia in 2017.
We developed comprehensive benefits for PVH associates working at Hawassa Industrial Park. We also proposed an on-site health clinic for workers in our joint venture.
January 2017 marked the tenth anniversary of PVH HealthMatters. Nearly 2,900 associates participated in HealthMatters initiatives in 2016, and in January 2017, we expanded the PVH HealthMatters program to our 500 retail associates in Canada.
We linked our associate wellbeing rewards program (for associates who demonstrate healthy behaviors) with our environmental ambitions by offering associates the opportunity to select rewards online. Approximately 90% of qualifying associates selected this option, allowing us to save nearly 8,000 paper and plastic rewards cards.