Under Armour (UA)'s social compliance program has been accredited by the Fair Labor Association (FLA), the multi-stakeholder organization that monitors labor standards in order to promote and protect workers' rights and improve conditions in the workplace. The accreditation follows a multi-year examination of a company's labor compliance program that supports increased corporate transparency. In this area, UA published a list of factories representing around 90 percent of its production volume, including licensee factories that produce collegiate products. The FLA accreditation report emphasized a series of particular strengths in UA's program, among which the creation of a Sustainability Leadership Council, which includes senior managers from key departments, as well as the organization of regular training on workplace safety for strategic suppliers, and the possibility for workers to use multiple grievance channels, including directly to the company via confidential reporting.