In accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2018, this statement outlines the steps that Adactin has taken and is continuing to take, to assess and reduce risks of modern slavery within our business, and our plans for review and improvement.
Who are we
IDENTIFYING RISKS OF MODERN SLAVERY
We believe there is no risk of modern slavery in our directly employed workforce, as the labour market in Australia is highly regulated, strict regulations apply to skilled workers such as software engineers, developers, project managers etc. Adactin complies to all rules and regulations as per ISO and Fair Work protocols.
Our modern slavery management training and procedure details processes and communication pathways for employees, and clients, to disclose misconduct in our business without recrimination.
Our clients and their business
A significant number of our client’s operations are based in Australia. We believe these clients have a lower risk of modern slavery occurring in their business, as their operations are Australian based, they are required to comply with the Modern Slavery Act.
Our Governance Framework
Adactin has a corporate governance framework and as part of our commitment to informing our employees and clients about modern slavery risks, we undertook a review of ourstandard agreements and processes to ensure that we have the correct methods in place to meet our modern slavery compliance.
Awareness Raising Program
Employees, Clients, and Vendors: Raise awareness of Modern Slavery through internal communication and internal training programs.
- Code of Conduct: Introduce further guidelines/clauses on Modern Slavery and Adactin’s zero tolerance approach in the code of conduct to raise awareness.
- Internal Audits: Conduct regular reviews and audits of policies and systems to ensure all guidelines and procedures are being followed.