1st July 2023
1. Policy Statement
CGC Recruitment ("CGC") is committed to preventing modern slavery in all aspects of its operations and supply chains. We recognize the importance of ethical business practices and are dedicated to ensuring that our activities do not contribute to, support, or benefit from any form of slavery or human trafficking.
a. Compliance with laws:
CGC Recruitment will comply with all applicable laws and regulations related to modern slavery, including but not limited to the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth).
b. Risk Assessment:
CGC Recruitment will conduct regular risk assessments to identify and evaluate the potential risks of modern slavery within our operations and supply chains.
c. Training and Awareness:
CGC Recruitment will provide training to employees and key stakeholders to raise awareness about the risks of modern slavery, its signs, and the importance of prevention.
d. Supplier Due Dilligence:
CGC Recruitment will implement robust due diligence processes to assess and monitor suppliers, ensuring that they share our commitment to ethical practices.
e. Supplier Contracts and Codes of Conduct:
CGC Recruitment will include anti-slavery clauses in supplier contracts and develop a supplier code of conduct that outlines expectations and consequences for non-compliance.
f. Monitoring and Auditing:
CGC Recruitment will regularly monitor and audit suppliers to ensure ongoing compliance with our anti-slavery policies.
g. Whistleblower Mechanism:
CGC Recruitment will establish a confidential whistleblower mechanism to allow employees and stakeholders to report suspicions or incidents of modern slavery. Clear procedures for investigation and resolution will be in place.
h. Continuous Improvement:
CGC Recruitment will regularly review and update our modern slavery policies and procedures to address changing risks and evolving best practices.
CGC Recruitment will provide transparent reporting on our efforts to combat modern slavery in our annual reports or on our website.
CGC Recruitment will collaborate with industry peers, NGOs, and civil society groups to share best practices and contribute to collective efforts in combating modern slavery.
The CGC Recruitment Board of Directors is responsible for the overall implementation and effectiveness of this policy. The Compliance Team is designated to oversee the day-to-day execution of the policy.
This policy will be reviewed annually or as needed to ensure its continued relevance and effectiveness.
This policy will be communicated to all employees, suppliers, and key stakeholders to ensure understanding and compliance.
This Modern Slavery Policy is effective as of 1st July 2023 and replaces any previous policies related to modern slavery.