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JVC introduces JEM - Jewelers Employment Manual – to help jewelers develop effective employment policies

(NEW YORK) – JVC (Jewelers Vigilance Committee) announced its new legal compliance product, JEM  - Jewelers Employment Manual -  the latest addition to JVC’s roster of easy-to-use products to help jewelers follow the laws governing their businesses and protect them from lawsuits and other legal actions.

JVC, responding to the recent spike in employee lawsuits and rising financial settlements, developed JEM to educate jewelers about the need to create effective employment policies and programs. In the last decade, employment lawsuits have increased almost 50 percent in federal courts and 40 percent in state courts, with employee settlements each averaging $500,000 plus $250,000 in legal fees. Of lawsuits that go to trial, employees win approximately 67 percent of federal and state court cases. 

Stuller introduces Continuum™ Sterling Silver

New alloy has the look of platinum with the strength of gold

(LAFAYETTE, La.) - Challenged to create a sterling silver that was anti-tarnish, bright white, cost effective and harder than any other on the market, Stuller is proud to introduce its new patent-pending silver alloy, Continuum™ Sterling Silver.

INOX Jewelry presents innovative Stud Pyramid Collection

With the aim to constantly deliver high quality and innovatively designed stainless steel jewelry products to retailers, INOX Jewelry presents a new collection for women’s accessories, the Pyramid Stud Collection.

Having an original and contemporary edgy design, the Pyramid Stud Collection is made of durable 316L stainless steel and each piece comes in three different colors achieved through ion plating PVD: steel gray, yellow gold, and jet black. The collection consists of bangle bracelets, two different designs of rings, and two styles of hoop earrings.

Box Brokers rolls back prices in new catalog

When was the last time one of your suppliers lowered their prices?  Orange County, CA-based packaging and display supplier, Box Brokers Group, did just that this month.  Box Brokers reports pricing in their new catalog is not just lower - the majority of their display items are now 25-35% less than before, and many packaging collections are experiencing price rollbacks to 2007 levels!