As a growing business our human rights policy is guided by various international human rights principles including:
- United Nations
- Universal declaration of human rights
- International labour organisations declaration on rights at work
This statement provides the basis for embedding responsibility to respect human rights throughout all our business functions and applies to employees, contractors, suppliers, agents and any other third party working with us as part of our operations.
Health and Safety in the Workplace
We are committed to maintain a safe and productive workspace for all team members that complies with local health and safety laws and regulations. We will actively engage with our team members to seek ways in which we can improve our working environment, including the identification of hazards and other health and safety concerns
We want our team members to enjoy a workplace that is free from violence, harassment, intimidation, and other unsafe threats. Safeguards are provided as needed and will be carried out with respect to individual team members’ dignity.
We appreciate that successful teams are made up of individuals with diverse backgrounds, beliefs, and skills. We will not tolerate disrespectful or inappropriate behaviour, unfair treatment, harassment, or retaliation of any kind in the workplace or any work-related circumstances outside the workplace. We will maintain a workplace that is free from discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, sex, colour, sexual orientation, disability, political opinion, or any other status protected by local laws. We base people related activities such as recruitment, remuneration, training and promotion on skills, experience, performance and qualifications.
Compensation and Benefits
We pride ourselves on compensating team members competitively relative to our industry sector and local labour market. We fully comply with any local wage, benefit, work hours and overtime legislation.
Human Trafficking and Forced Labour
We forbid the use of forced labour, including any form of human trafficking or child labour.
Guidance and Reporting
We foster an open and transparent culture where feedback is actively encouraged. In the first instance we ask that feedback and concerns are shared with a team members manager.
If team members feel they are unable to speak to their Manager, they can reach out to the People team or another senior team member.
If a team member feels that they need to raise a concern formally they can do so via our grievance or whistleblowing procedures.