Modern Slavery Policy
The Recruitment Group is committed to preventing modern slavery and human trafficking in all areas of the business. We acknowledge our responsibility to uphold the highest ethical standards and to promote the welfare and rights of all workers.
The Recruitment Group does not tolerate any form of modern slavery, including forced labor, debt bondage, human trafficking, or any other practices that exploit or abuse workers. We are committed to identifying and addressing any instances of modern slavery in our operations and supply chains.
The Recruitment Group's Senior Leadership Team has overall responsibility for ensuring compliance with this policy. All employees, candidates and suppliers are expected to comply with this policy and report any suspected or actual instances of modern slavery.
The Recruitment Group will conduct a risk assessment to identify and evaluate the risk of modern slavery in business. This assessment will be regularly reviewed and updated to ensure that we are aware of any changes in risk.
The Recruitment Group will conduct due diligence on all clients and suppliers to ensure that they comply with our Modern Slavery Policy. This will include reviewing contracts, conducting site visits, and assessing their policies and practices.
All employees will receive training on modern slavery and human trafficking, including how to identify and report any suspected or actual instances.
This includes spotting the red flags and worker awareness.
Any suspected or actual instances of modern slavery or human trafficking should be reported immediately to the appropriate authorities and to The Recruitment Group's Compliance Officer. We will investigate all reports thoroughly and take appropriate action, which may include terminating relationships with external parties or employees found to be involved in modern slavery
Monitoring and Review:
The Recruitment Group will monitor and review our Modern Slavery Policy and procedures on a regular basis to ensure that they remain effective and in line with best practices.