Modern Slavery policy

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The Modern Slavery Act became law in 2015. It aims to stop employers forcing people to work or dehumanising them in any way, including buying or selling them as ‘property’, or controlling them with mental or physical threats.

At Indigo Tree, we review salaries at least once a year.

If we take on any interns or contractors, we pay them at least the real London Living Wage.

We do our due diligence to ensure that all our suppliers and vendors adhere to the Modern Slavery Act within their organisations when we agree to work with them.

Modern slavery is a wide-ranging concept that will change over time. The way we understand it and the way we combat it will evolve when circumstances change and challenges appear. Our values of inclusivity and integrity will be the foundation of our response to this.

Preparation of this modern slavery policy

Last updated: 11th July 2022