Modern Slavery Statement

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This statement is made as part of CNC RECRUITMENT’S commitment to eliminating the exploitation of people under the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the Act). It summarises how CNC RECRUITMENT operates, the policies and processes in place to minimise the possibility of any problems, any risks we have identified and how we monitor them, and how we train our staff.

This statement is published in accordance with section 54 of the Act.

 

1. Our Business

 

CNC RECRUITMENT is a limited company operating in the recruitment sector. We provide introduction services and supply temporary workers in the engineering and manufacturing sectors.

CNC RECRUITMENT is an independent business.

 

1.1 Who we work with

All the hirers that we work with, and all of the work-seekers we provide, are known to and identified by our staff. All the temporary workers we supply are identified by our staff.

The hiring companies that we work with are located in the Southwest of the UK. The work-seekers / workers we supply live in Southwest of UK.

 

1.2 Other relationships

 

As part of our business, we also work with the following organisations:

· ALP

· GLAA

· Stronger Together · the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (www.rec.uk.com)

 

2 Our Policies

 

CNC RECRUITMENT has a modern slavery policy.

 

2.1 Policy development and review

 

CNC RECRUITMENT’S policies are established by our director and our senior leadership team, based on advice from HR professionals, industry best practice and legal advice. We review our policies on a regular basis, or as needed to adapt to changes.

 

3 Our Processes for Managing Risk

 

To assess the risk of modern slavery, we use the following processes with our suppliers:

· When engaging with suppliers, we ask for evidence of their processes and policies, including commitments around modern slavery, human trafficking, forced labour, human rights, and whistleblowing.

· After due consideration, we have not identified any significant risks of modern slavery, forced labour, or human trafficking in our supply chain. However, we continue to be alert to the potential for problems.

Additionally, we have taken the following steps to minimise the possibility of any problems:

· We require the businesses we work with to abide by our code of supplier conduct.

· We collaborate with our suppliers to improve standards and transparency across our supply chain.

· Only senior members of staff who have undergone appropriate training for assessing modern slavery risks in the supply chain are authorised to sign contracts and establish commercial relationships in any area where we have identified the potential for risk.

· We ensure that all our suppliers are members of appropriate industry bodies and working groups.

· We work with ALP, GLAA, REC and Stronger Together to combat the risk of modern slavery and human trafficking.

Our staff are encouraged to bring any concerns they have to the attention of management.

 

4 Our Performance

 

We benchmark our indicators against industry best-practice and discuss our indicators with suppliers.

 

5 Our Training

 

All our staff receive training and support that is appropriate to their role. In particular:

· Our recruiters, HR personnel, and staff involved in our procurement and supply chains] undertake training courses that include guidance around modern slavery and human trafficking, as well as other wider human rights issues.

· All our staff receive awareness-raising information around issues involving modern slavery and human trafficking, so that they can bring any concerns they have to the attention of management.

As part of this, our staff are encouraged to discuss any concerns that they have.

Training is refreshed regularly.