This Policy outlines the efforts Studio One will make to seek to eradicate human trafficking, forced/child labour and slavery from our supply chains.
Studio One opposes any use of slavery or human trafficking in supply of our services and fully supports the promotion of ethical and lawful business practices within our workplace.
Studio One will not tolerate or condone any form or practice that constitutes human trafficking or slavery in any part of our organisation or service provision.
Our suppliers and clients are an important part of our success and our culture. We expect each of these business partners to conduct their business with the same commitment to ethical business practices as we do.
The workplace practices that we expect from our suppliers, client and associates include:
• Not to use slave labour, illegal child labour or forced labour.
• Ensure that the overall terms of employment are voluntary.
• Follow all local applicable laws pertaining to minimum age requirements, wages, overtime and benefits.
• Follow all local applicable laws pertaining to the number of hours worked and the working time directive.
Studio One will maintain internal accountability standards and procedures for associates or contractors failing to meet company standards regarding slavery and human trafficking. Studio One will promptly and thoroughly investigate any claim or indication that a supplier is engaging in human trafficking or slave/forced labour.
If a sub contractor, client, associate or supplier to Studio One is found in violation of this policy, Studio One will take prompt, remedial measures to address the violation.
Studio One will provide ongoing training to its employees (including those who have direct responsibility for supply chain management), on the laws and Studio One’s policy against human trafficking and slavery.