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Date of last submission: 01/01/1970

Business Partner Commitments
Evidence of Implementation
1. A senior manager has completed the following Responsible Recruitment Toolkit training in the last three years:
  • Introduction to Responsible Recruitment

Training name: Introduction to Responsible Recruitment

2. The business has developed, implemented, and annually reviews a policy on:
  • Responsible Recruitment

The title of this policy may differ per business, e.g. for technical, contextual or legislative reasons.

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3. A senior manager has been appointed with overall responsibility for implementing the business Responsible Recruitment Policy in our operations and supply chain.
4. The business has implemented at least 40% of the Responsible Recruitment Toolkit online tool steps
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5. An established ongoing management system and training programme is in place to ensure key staff are aware of their responsibilities to address recruitment risks, including ensuring no recruitment fees are charged to workers, no child labour, transparent recruitment, opportunity and treatment are fair, equal and dignified, and effective labour supply chain due diligence, and how to provide effective remedy for any issues identified. Key staff can include:
  • Members of the senior management team
  • Supervisors and team managers
  • HR, Payroll and staff involved in direct recruitment
  • Worker and Trade Union representatives
  • Recruitment intermediaries
  • Sub-contracted Labour Providers

6. You implement ongoing awareness raising and engagement activities with workers. This can include:
  • Transparent recruitment
  • Offer letters/contracts contain information on no charging of recruitment fees
  • Displaying the Stronger Together workplace posters
  • Issuing Stronger Together worker leaflets to all workers (including any temporary, seasonal and contractor workers via the labour provider/recruitment intermediary/service provider)
  • Delivering training sessions
  • Promoting grievance and whistleblowing channels that are available to report concerns throughout recruitment and employment
  • Conducting team briefings
  • Conducting worker welfare interviews and including questions relating to key recruitment risks including recruitment fees, misinformation during recruitment, discrimination and harassment and whether any hidden brokers have been involved in recruitment
  • Collaborating with Trade Union representatives to engage workers
  • Inviting local support services/charities to speak to workers
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7. A session on Responsible Recruitment is incorporated into inductions for new workers, including any temporary, seasonal and contractor workers. Induction content may include one of the following:
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8. You have mapped your labour supply chain: labour providers, recruitment intermediaries and subcontractors.
9. You regularly conduct pro-active checks for indicators of exploitation. These checks could include any of the following:

- Interviewing workers to identify:

  • The ways that they find out about jobs and whether there is any evidence of hidden or unauthorized individuals/businesses involved in the recruitment processare recruited
  • Where workers come from and how they travel?
  • Whether any intermediaries/third-party brokers/individuals/recruiters or other third-parties such as insurance or translation agencies are used
  • Whether other workers introduce job applicants
  • How workers are transported and by whom
  • How and where workers are housed and by whom

- Using and maintaining a Grievance Mechanism to pick up on worker issues

10. The business has established how it will respond where a potential case of exploitation is identified, whether with directly employed staff, agency workers or on-site contractors. Any such reports are acted on appropriately.
11. The business is committed to share reports detailing the actions taken to implement responsible recruitment risks, reporting on the self-assessed progress with clients when requested, i.e. either as PDF reports or through the ‘Supply Chain’ level subscription functionality.
12. The business receives updates on issues and developments with regards to implementing responsible recruitment. Examples include: