Cargill, the trading, purchasing and agricultural giant has teamed up with With Honour to develop uniforms for its Muslim women in its workplace, as part of their diversity and inclusion initiative. Together they plan to promote diversity and tolerance through their stunning conservative-inclusive workwear.
Everyday, employers are looking for ways to attract the best talent to their companies. Cargill is one such employer, as they are promoting a positive and inclusive work environment, sure to attract the best talent. Leading the way isn’t always easy, but it is admirable for a company such as Cargill to take the initiative in a rapidly changing world. It is believed that more companies will soon follow Cargill’s lead and adopt more inclusive workwear, and With Honour will be right there to help them achieve that goal.
With Honour has always been supportive of women trying to make a name for themselves in a rapidly changing world. While initially, it had been focused on athleticwear, thanks to their partnership with Cargill, they have expanded to workwear. Through brilliantly and ergonomically designed clothes they hope to give women the support they need to carry on with their goals. With this partnership, With Honour hopes to expand their reach and include more bold, independent women on their path to success.
According to the CEO Kamal Kalifa, “The plan is to promote diversity both in the world of sports as well as at the workplace. So, we are focusing on the designs to make the experience much better for our users.” Mr. Kalifa also noted that, “At With Honour, we believe that what you wear, should never limit what you can achieve.”
About With Honour
With Honour is a Northern Virginia start-up, launched via KickStarter. It was founded by three siblings of refugees, looking to enable athletes of all backgrounds. They were the first to develop a sweat-activated cooling sport hijab and their products are now worn around the world.