Slavery is a felony and a violation of basic human rights in the present day. It can occur in a variety of forms, including slavery, servitude, compulsory and forced labour, and trafficking, all of which entail a person’s liberty being restricted by another in order to manipulate them, whether for personal or financial interests.
NetTrackers Ltd. has a zero-tolerance policy for modern slavery, and we are committed to operating with honesty and integrity in all of our business activities and partnerships, as well as to implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to ensure that modern slavery does not exist anywhere in our business or any of our distribution networks.
We are likewise dedicated to maintaining transparency in our own operations and in our efforts to combating modern slavery across our supplier chains, in accordance with our disclosure standards under the Modern Slavery Act of 2015.
We also adhere to the ideals of the Modern Slavery Act of 2015, as well as the elimination of modern slavery and human trafficking.
As an inclusive workplace, we are dedicated to developing and maintaining a non-discriminatory and supportive workplace environment for our employees. We want all of our employees to feel comfortable reporting misbehaviour without fear of repercussions.
We do not enter into business with any organisation, in the UK or abroad, which knowingly supports or is found to be involved in slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labour.
This policy is applicable at all levels, directors, officers, agency workers, seconded workers, volunteers, interns, agents, contractors, external consultants, third-party representatives, and business partners who work for us or on our behalf in any capacity.
This policy is not included in any staff’s employment contract, and it is subject to change at any moment.
NetTrackers Ltd. is ultimately responsible for ensuring that this policy adheres with our moral and constitutional commitments, and that all people under our authority respect it.
The Company is accountable for executing this policy on a daily basis, ensuring its usage and execution, responding with any questions about it, and reviewing internal control systems and processes to ensure they are successful in addressing modern slavery.
Management at all levels is responsible for ensuring that people reporting to management know and follow rules, as well as that they get proper and ongoing training on it and the subject of modern slavery in supply chains.
You are free to discuss this policy and offer recommendations to improve it. Comments, opinions, and questions are appreciated and therefore should be directed to the Managing Director.
You must guarantee that you have read, understood, and accepted this policy.
All personnel employed for NetTrackers Ltd. or within our authority are responsible for the prevention, identification, and reporting of modern slavery in any section of our company or supply networks.
You must refrain from engaging in any action that might lead to or imply a violation of this policy.
If you perceive or suspect a crime, you must report your Line Manager or a Corporate Director as soon as possible.You are urged to express concerns about any issue or suspicion of modern slavery in any section of our company or supply chains of any supplier tier as soon as feasible.
If you feel or suspect a violation of this policy has happened or is about to occur, you must contact your line manager or company Director as soon as possible OR report it in accordance with our Whistleblowing Policy.
You should be aware that, when appropriate, and with the welfare and safety of local employees as a top concern, we will provide assistance and encouragement to our suppliers in order to assist them in addressing oppressive, abusive, and unethical labour practises in their own organisations and distribution networks.
If you have any doubts about whether a specific act, the employment practices in general, or their employment conditions inside any tier of our supply chains represents any of the numerous types of modern slavery, please contact your line manager or business Director.
We want to foster transparency and will assist anybody who expresses serious concerns in good faith under this policy, even if those worries turn out to be incorrect. We are dedicated to ensuring that no one experiences any adverse treatment as a result of reporting in good faith their concern that modern slavery in any form is or may be occurring in any section of our own business or in any of our supplier networks.
Dismissal, disciplinary action, threats, or other unfavourable treatment as a result of voicing a concern is considered detrimental treatment.
If you suspect you have been subjected to such treatment, you should immediately notify your line management. If the problem is not resolved, and you are an employee, you should file a formal grievance utilising our Grievance Procedure, which is available in the current employee handbook.
Training on this policy, as well as the danger our company confronts from modern slavery in its distribution networks, is part of the induction process for all new employees, and modifications will be offered through legitimate channels of interaction between the company and you.
Our zero-tolerance stance to modern slavery must be conveyed to all suppliers, contractors, and business partners from the beginning of our commercial engagement with them and reinforced as needed subsequently.
Any employee who violates this policy may face disciplinary action, which might result in dismissal for misbehaviour or extreme misbehaviour. If other persons or organisations working on our behalf violate this policy, we may terminate our connection with them.