It is estimated that 40.3 million people are in slavery across the world, with more than 13,000 of them being in the UK.

Modern Slavery can take several forms, including forced labour, bonded labour and human trafficking.

The Modern Slavery Act 2015 introduced new measures to tackle slavery both in the UK and abroad: for example, the Transparency in Supply Chain Provision requires businesses with an annual turnover of more than £36 million to produce a statement which confirms the steps taken to ensure that Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking is not taking place in their business or any of their supply chains.

As a global provider of temporary and permanent staff, Gi Group recognises its responsibility to engage with all stakeholders in order to ensure that effective steps are in place to prevent modern slavery from happening in the workplace.

Our Prevention of Modern Slavery Policy clearly defines the systems and processes that are in place to honour our obligations under the Act to minimise the risk of modern slavery.

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