Modern Slavery Statement

Unfortunately, slavery persists in the 21st century and affects millions worldwide through but not limited to domestic servitude, forced labor, and sexual and criminal exploitation regardless of age, gender, and ethnicity. 

The Modern Slavery Act of 2015 is a landmark UK law aiming to combat modern slavery and human trafficking. It recognizes that slavery, servitude, forced labor, and human trafficking are serious violations of human rights and dignity that require comprehensive measures to prevent and address.

Under this Act, Techjury sets out steps to ensure that our supply chains and any other part are free of slavery and human trafficking within and outside the UK.

What Do We Do To Ensure This?

Techjury follows four main principles to ensure all aspects and processes of our business including supply-chains are slavery and exploitation-free . Specifically, we abide by the principles of the Modern Slavery Act by:

Showing Transparency in Supply Chains

Techjury has a zero-tolerance position on any violation of the Modern Slavery Act. We proactively ensure that our supply chains and other processes of our business are free of exploitation. Any breach of this law is promptly addressed.

We have people working for from all over the world. We make sure that our policies to push against modern slavery and exploitation apply to our international team. If you believe that a violation against child labor, modern slavery, and exploitation has occurred or is occurring in any aspect of our business, don't hesitate to contact us via our contact page.

Complying to Requirements

Techjury complies with all aspects of the Modern Slavery Act. We conduct regular staff audits and train our staff to identify and prevent potential modern slavery in our affairs at Techjury. We maintain a strict code of ethics at Techjury to ensure that all our business processes follow Modern Slavery Act rules and guidelines.

Collaborating with Other Stakeholders

We collaborate with other stakeholders in combating modern slavery by reporting any suspected instance of modern slavery and exploitation in our business processes including supply chains.

Impacting International Reach

While the Act is specific to UK businesses of certain sizes, we apply the same principles and expectations to any person or entity involved in our supply chain. We assess and address modern slavery risks across our international staff and attempt to harmonize with their respective country's legislation.

We ensure that our staff receive fair and merit-based compensation and do not discriminate based on their country of origin, ethnicity, or age. We proactively promote well-being strategies and initiatives to support our staff.

We carefully review the legislation's requirements and seek legal advice if necessary. We hold to the highest standards of ethical practices to eradicate modern slavery in all its forms in the globalized marketplace.

Updated on June 25, 2023

Harsha Kiran