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Interview: Changing Lives begins at Home – Ripul Miah, Manager, Compliance and Sustainability, Multifabs Ltd

Ripul Mia, Multifabs Limited, speaks about his new position as Manager, Compliance and Sustainability and how his company looks at sustainability

We believe that our employees are the heart of our success. Their well-being is non-negotiable, and we’re committed to fostering an environment where they can thrive.”

Ripul Miah, Manager, Compliance and Sustainability, believes that a factory’s success should be built upon strong values, not just numbers. His passion for compliance and sustainability was infectious, inspiring everyone around him to prioritize ethical practices. From the meticulous selection of raw materials to the final stitching of the garments, he ensures that every step adheres to the highest sustainability standards.

At Multifabs, compliance and welfare officers were the unsung heroes, diligently monitoring and implementing measures that kept the factory in line with ethical guidelines. Ripul’s leadership fostered a culture of accountability and transparency, where every employee understood their role in upholding these standards.The factory was not just a place of work; it was a community that cared for its members. Ripul spoke passionately about the various facilities employees enjoyed, like the fair price shop that eased their financial burden, and the 120 days of maternity leave that supported new mothers during a crucial time.

Under Ripul’s guidance, Multifabs works to become a beacon of responsible business practices. Beyond profit, it measures success in terms of social impact and environmental stewardship. This approach will not only earn the respect of industry peers but also resonates with clients who value ethics as much as quality.

Multifabs Limited’s CSR initiatives encompass a range of impactful projects. They offer monthly support of BDT 2,30,000 to 120 special needs children at Amar Jyoti school. Additionally, they provide scholarships and HSC stipends totaling BDT 5,00,000 for the education of employee children. Employee higher education is supported through a BDT 50,000 stipend. The company extends free medical assistance to employees, benefiting 20,000 individuals monthly, and distributes menstrual sanitary napkins to 3000 female employees. A free health camp benefits 6000 employees and 10,000 community members. Female employees enjoy 112 days of maternity leave.The company’s dedication to employees’ well-being is evident through childcare support, free education, and a fair-price shop offering up to 25% discounts on daily groceries, with a total support value of BDT 70 lakh.

Moreover, they contribute to skill development programs. In times of disaster, they stand by their community, offering BDT 15 million in aid to 50,000 affected individuals

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