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Modern slavery & Human Rights statement


This policy applies to TIPi Group and all entities within (‘the Organisation’). We seek to act in accordance with internationally-recognised human rights and standards, including the International Bill of Human Rights, the International Labour Organisation (ILO), Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, making them integral to the way we operate. We’re working to guard against being complicit in human rights violations and to uphold the human rights of our people and any other individuals that we’re in contact with, either directly or indirectly.


Our Human Rights Policy applies to all TIPi Group employees. We also expect our suppliers to respect and adhere to this policy.


We will:

  • seek to avoid causing or contributing to adverse human rights impacts through our own activities and address such impacts, if they do occur, in a timely and appropriate manner;
  • seek to prevent or mitigate adverse human rights impacts that are directly related to our operations, products and services through our business relationships;
  • provide for, or cooperate in their remediation through legitimate processes, if we identify that we have caused or contributed to adverse human rights impacts;
  • continue to look for ways to support the promotion of human rights within our operations and our sphere of influence


This sets out our position with respect to human rights and modern slavery and sits alongside our Employment Handbook and Health and Safety Policy. Please refer to our Modern Slavery Statement, to learn about the actions we’ve taken to uphold this policy in the most recent year.

Our statements below draw upon the International Bill of Human Rights and the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work:

  1. Child Labour: The Organisation will not use child labour and will comply with all relevant laws in this regard. We do, however, support legitimate workplace apprenticeships, internships and other similar programmes that comply with the applicable laws and regulations.
  2. Modern slavery: The Organisation will not use forced, bonded or involuntary labour, and workers are not required to lodge ‘deposits’ or identity papers with the Company and can leave after giving reasonable notice, with all wages owed to be paid. We have a zero-tolerance approach towards human trafficking.
  3. Health, Safety and Hygiene: All employees will work in an environment that is both safe and healthy, in line with our UK Health and Safety Policy.
  4. Discipline: The Organisation prohibits physical abuse or discipline, the threat of physical abuse, sexual or other harassment and verbal abuse or other forms of intimidation. Disciplinary and grievance procedures are clearly documented and communicated to all employees in our Staff Handbook. All disciplinary measures of a serious nature are recorded and actioned.
  5. Freedom of Association and Employee Representation: The Organisation recognises that all its employees have the right to form and join organisations of their own choosing. The Organisation takes active measures to seek employees’ views about the firm, respects employees’ rights to belong to trade unions and fully complies with our legal obligations to inform and consult employees.
  6. Working Hours: The Organisation will ensure that working hours are reasonable and comply with the law and industry standards.
  7. Equality of Treatment: The Organisation is fully committed to eliminating discrimination in recruitment, training and working conditions, on grounds of race, colour, sex, age, religion, political opinion, national extraction, sexual orientation, disability or social origin and to promoting equality of opportunity and treatment as outlined in the Employee Handbook.
  8. Employment terms: The Organisation will provide written and clear contracts which detail the terms and conditions of its staff employment. We will ensure that work performed by employees is on the basis of recognised employment law and practice.
  9. Remuneration: The Organisation will, at a minimum, provide wages and benefits that meet national standards. We will provide employees with clear written information on their pay and conditions. The firm prohibits deductions on employees’ wages as a disciplinary measure. The Organisation is committed to equal pay and benefits for everyone for work of equal value.

Grievance and remediation

Where a human rights violation is identified, we’ll work with all parties involved to seek access to remedy, compensation and justice for the victim. We’ll also investigate the root cause so that we can take appropriate steps to prevent such a violation reoccurring.

Slavery compliance officer

The Organisation has a Slavery Compliance Officer, to whom all concerns regarding modern slavery should be addressed, and who will then undertake relevant action with regard to the Organisation’s obligations. 

This statement is made in pursuance of Section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and will be reviewed for each financial year.

Oliver Bishop

Date: 1st September 2023

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