Modern Slavery & Human Rights Statement
Consistent with our commitment to conducting business with high ethical standards and with integrity, Cirrom has a zero-tolerance approach towards modern slavery both within our own organisation and in our supply chains.
Modern slavery is crime and an abuse of fundamental human rights. The term encompasses slavery and servitude, forced or compulsory labour, and human trafficking. Human trafficking involves arranging or facilitating the travel of another person with a view to that person being exploited. We are committed to implementing and enforcing systems and controls aimed at ensuring that modern slavery is not taking place in our business or in our supply chains.
We expect our suppliers to hold their own suppliers to the same standards. Using a risk-based approach, we may require third parties to warrant against the use of modern slavery in our contracts with them. It is the responsibility of all our employees and those working on our behalf to prevent, detect, and report modern slavery in any part of our business or supply chain. Employees must not engage in any activity that may lead to a breach of this policy or fail to report such activity.
Should any of our employees have a suspicion or concern with regard to modern slavery at any time they must report that suspicion or concern as soon as possible. Employees can report such suspicions or concerns to Robin Stephens at email@example.com or alternatively, may do so confidentially and/or anonymously by following the steps set out in our whistle-blower policy.
This Human Rights Policy applies to all Cirrom employees, those doing business with, or for, Corrom and others who may act on Cirrom’s behalf. This policy applies to all Cirrom office locations and wherever Cirrom business is conducted.
Cirrom is committed to human rights in the workplace. This commitment includes respecting the dignity and worth of all employees, encouraging all employees to reach their full potential and providing equal opportunities to all employees. Cirrom is an equal opportunity employer and recruits, hires, trains, promotes, compensates and administers all personnel actions without regard to any legally protected status.
In addition, Cirrom:
Recognizes its responsibilities with regards to workplace health and safety, employee privacy and freedom of association;
Prohibits the use of forced labor and child labor;
Does not tolerate any form of harassment or discrimination; and
Works to ensure compliance with applicable labor and employment laws, including those regulating wages and hours.
Cirrom respects international human rights principles. We are committed to the principles outlined in the United Nations Global Compact and the International Labour Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. Cirrom meets its obligations under the Human Rights Act 1998.
Cirrom is also committed to a diverse workplace. Our teams are composed of individuals from different geographies, cultures, ethnicities, religions, races, genders, sexual orientations, abilities and generations. We are committed to fostering diversity, inclusion and engagement across all aspects of our business. We are also committed to integrity and operating at the highest ethical standards.
Our shared responsibility
All employees are responsible for ensuring compliance with this policy. Employees are encouraged to raise any concerns with their manager or the director responsible for Human Resources (Robin Stephens)
Cirrom will investigate any alleged violations of this policy and take appropriate corrective action, as necessary. Furthermore, we will regularly monitor our human rights commitments to ensure that we are continuously promoting human rights within the communities in which we operate.