In Bangladesh, leather craftsmen who have over 20 years-experience usually receive a salary of around $250 per month.
However, the cost of living for regular households is more than $200 without social security.
In this case, people need extra money for emergency costs like health care, children's education, social events like weddings,
socializing like dinners or shopping with family, and overseas travel.
They have skills in each profession and work hard with pride just like us. If so, why are they not simply treated same way as us?
Our agenda is to simply share 1/5 of the company's profits among craftsmen, staff, and companies in Bangladesh & Japan.
20% of net profits will be shared after deducting all costs including basic salaries of all members.
Here is the forecast of the share amount for craftsmen after 30 bags sold in a month.
FAIRNESS BE A DEFAULT IN OUR LIFE
One of Jillanie’s missions is "We Make & Sell Bags Fairly as it should be."
If a craftsman who used to get $250 per month, receives $500 or more per month, the benefit spreads from him to his family, the community and the society in which he is involved. This is the most simple and powerful gift our brand can give and promotes a world to be naturally good.
It’s natural that each of us has own dreams & goals, expectations for the future, such as an ideal family life, and the right and desire to be treated fairly. Everyone wants to lead a peaceful and productive life.
This is the reason why Jillanie believes that fairness should be natural in our life and we walk this way with our craftsmen.
A CRAFTSMAN'S STORY