Modern Slavery Statement
Crystal Choice (a trading name for Design and Direction Ltd) is committed to highest level of ethical and integral standards in relationship to its business transactions and people involvement. We will refuse to trade with any partner or business which is involved in this abhorrent practice. Our supply chains are mainly recruitment, Umbrella Companies and accountancy firms. We have reviewed the supply chain and have not highlighted any concerns, we continue to do so. Crystal Choice are a value lead organisation incorporating those values in all policy, business decisions, supplier, customer and people decisions. Crystal Choice adopts a zero tolerance to corruption and bribery. We have reviewed our risk of slavery and consider our suppliers and business dealings low risk. There is low geographical risk of modern slavery.
Our business activities are mainly UK based. We do not maintain goods, materials or direct labour frame work. We expect our partners, customers and suppliers to fully comply with the Modern Slavery Act 2015
Made the anti-slavery act to all employees available and it is published on our intranet drive: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2015/30/contents/enacted We have raised awareness to our employees. We do not do business with any organisation or business that has been convicted of an offence under the Modern Slavery Act. Where possible we build relationships with our suppliers via our customer service centre to ensure our employees are familiar with the supply chain and make clear expectations of behaviour. We have in place clear and open process to report any concerns including amending our Whistle Blowing policy. We have stated our value Compliance includes incorporating the Anti-Slavery Act
Protective measures planned and on-going
Staff training to increase awareness of the issues, Anti-slavery clauses in agreements, Requesting confirmation from suppliers that their business and supply chains are free from slavery and Contingency planning for when a supplier is found to fall below the required standard.
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