Candidates need to promote goods both within the organisation and nationally
It's time to recognise and pay tribute to Fairtrade employers.
That's according to Manx-based charity; the One World Centre - it's appealing for businesses to champion the products in the workplace.
Candidates for the Island's first flagship Fairtrade employer need to promote goods both within the organisation and nationally.
The Isle of Man has achieved Fairtrade Island status for another two years - it's retained that title since 2008.
Director Rosemary Clarke says plans for growth are in the pipeline: