Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
At Quaylogic we prioritise our ethical approach and are dedicated to complying with all laws and regulations applicable to our business – this includes taking steps to ensure that there is no human trafficking or slavery in our supply chain or within any part of our business. Modern slavery and human trafficking are crimes and violations of fundamental human rights. Quaylogic is committed to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business dealings and relationships and to implementing policies intended to ensure such activities are not taking place anywhere in our business.
Our Business & Structure
Quaylogic is an independent data management consultancy and data services provider. Our clients are typically medium to large-scale companies with diverse data management needs. Our people are business and data strategists, data innovators, data designers, data consultants, digital experts, data engineers and technologists. We operate globally from our offices across the UK. We operate across a number of industries including Financial Service, Pharmaceuticals, Automotive, Retail and Government/Public Sector.
Our Supply Chains
Our supply chains include, but are not limited to back office operational support services and some software and infrastructure support providers.
Our Policies On And Due Diligence Processes For Slavery And Human Trafficking
Quaylogic has a zero-tolerance policy for slavery and human trafficking occurring within its own business and its supply chain. As an employer of predominantly professionally qualified and highly skilled individual the risk of these activities occurring within our business or supply chain is low. Quaylogic has taken steps to identify and assess the risks in relation to slavery and human trafficking within our business and supply chain in line with our industry sector. Quaylogic have adopted a culture, internal policies and procedures to ensure employee awareness of and compliance with our zero-tolerance position on modern slavery and human trafficking. These include steps employees can take to prevent Quaylogic from inadvertently engaging in supplier relationships in conflict with such position without facing employment-related repercussions. As part of our contracting process, where appropriate, we expect our suppliers to comply with all applicable laws, including those combatting modern slavery and human trafficking, such as the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (UK).
We continue to review and develop our supply chain due diligence and risk assessment across our business to ensure a robust and consistent approach to slavery and human trafficking risks. Where such risks or actual violations are identified, we will implement all appropriate actions to eliminate them, including disengaging with suppliers if necessary.
We welcome questions, comments and requests on our approach to Slavery and Human Trafficking – please address these to email@example.com or 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, N1 7GU, United Kingdom.