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Organisation : Nicholas Associates Group Limited T/A Stafforce
Site : Head Office Rotherham
Business type : Labour Provider
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Business Partner Commitments Evidence of Implementation

1. Has developed and implemented a “Tackling Modern Slavery” Policy addressing risks within the business which demonstrates a collaborative approach to work together with employee representatives.

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2. Has appointed a senior management team member with overall responsibility for implementing the site “Tackling Modern Slavery” policy and good practice who has attended the Stronger Together Tackling Modern Slavery in UK Businesses workshop.

Manager Name: Rosie Taylor
Job Title: Compliance Manager
Workshop date attended: 2014-09-24

3. Has implemented a significant element of the Stronger Together tackling hidden labour exploitation good practice; displays the Stronger Together workplace posters at relevant site locations and is issuing the Stronger Together worker leaflets to all workers and (via the labour provider) to agency workers.

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Confirm leaflets issued to workers: Yes
Confirm leaflets issued to agency workers: Yes
Please describe any other initiatives you have implemented :
Stronger Together slides included in worker introduction session with a link to the video and inclusion of Stronger Together posters in worker handbook which is issued to every agency worker upon commencement.

4. Has incorporated a session on tackling hidden labour exploitation including the Stronger Together video into inductions for new staff and agency workers (via the labour provider).

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5. Has an ongoing programme to brief existing managers, supervisors, workers and agency workers (via the labour provider) on tackling hidden labour exploitation including the Stronger Together video.

Number of workers at your site that have heard the Stronger Together message? 3500

6. Has confirmed that, throughout its labour supply chain, workers and jobseekers are not charged directly or indirectly any fees or costs for work-finding services. See GLA Brief 38 - Job finding fees and providing additional services

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Please describe how this has been achieved: All workers undertake an introduction session which covers the principles of Stronger Together. This session confirms that no fees are charged to Temporary Workers for Work Finding Services, Training, Workwear etc.

7. Encourages workers to report cases of hidden third party labour exploitation that occur at work and within their communities through appropriate channels and act on reports appropriately.

Please describe how this has been achieved: Workers are made aware of Stronger Together at the introduction session and relevant communication /reporting channels are advised.

8. a:Has joined Stronger Together Social Media groups.

Twitter@S2G_UK - https://twitter.com/S2G_UK
LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/stronger-together

b: Has nominated a “Stronger Together Advocate” to present “Tackling Hidden Labour Exploitation” to clients, business and migrant worker community.

c: Upload details of events that your site has organised to tackle hidden labour exploitation.

a: Have you joined social media groups? Yes
b: Please state the name of your Stronger Together AdvocateAmy Ewens