AT Boujees Modern Slavery Statement

Our policy on Modern slavery child labour

1. Introduction: modern slavery & human trafficking
The UK Government authorized the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the Act) so as to more readily handle the crimes of modern slavery and illegal exploitation, in the entirety of their structures. As well as solidifying the criminal offences relating to modern slavery and human trafficking, the Act additionally presented a necessity for every business to distribute a yearly explanation setting out the means taken by the business to guarantee that advanced subjugation and illegal exploitation are not occurring in the business or flexibly chains.


2. Our business and policy on modern slavery and human trafficking
2.1. AT Boujees operates an online marketing store to support its global customer base. We guarantee that we work ethically respecting guidelines, and we build up a culture of best practice in operational administration, client responsiveness just as guaranteeing that our way to deal with to health and safety is consistent in all of our operations. In a nutshell, a couple of fashionistas who quit their day job to start this lovely community we call AT Boujees.


2.2. We refuse to tolerate modern slavery & human trafficking occurring anywhere in our supply chains.
We are committed to:
(a) Only working with suppliers and other business partners who embrace similar ethical standards as we adopt in our business.
(b) Advancing best practice in our procurement processes with the aim of eliminating the risk of modern slavery & human trafficking occurring in our supply chains.
(c) Ensuring that our clients can be sure that the items that they buy from us are products that are free of the taint of modern slavery & human trafficking.
(d) Guaranteeing that our HR and Procurement groups have a familiarity with the Act and comprehend their part in supporting our approach on flexibly chain straightforwardness.
(e) Understanding the heightened risks that may occur in some territories and in relation to some supplies and fitting our methodology as needs be.


3 Our policy on child labour
3.1 We require the entirety of our providers to stick to the guidelines set out by the International Labour Organization as respects the work of kids and young people.
Specifically:
(a) Children must not be recruited before they have reached the age of completion of compulsory schooling, and in any case not before the age of 15.
(b) If under 18 must not be required to perform unsafe obligations.

4 What this policy means for you
4.1 We require the entirety of our staff, providers, temporary workers, specialists and every other individual and organizations with whom we work, to conform to this strategy and our way to deal with modern slavery and illegal exploitation.


4.2 We require all relevant individuals:
(a) To peruse and guarantee they comprehend this policy.
(b) To report any conduct which they believe may break this strategy to a proper
administrator.
(c) To communicate our policy to all important associate and colleagues at whatever point
fitting
(d) To guarantee they carry out their roles in a way which enables AT Boujees to comply with this policy.


4.3 We require all businesses with whom we work:
(a) To embrace arrangements and methodology inside their own organizations to empower them (and their staff) to consent to this strategy.
(b) To guarantee that their staff employment practices (including for the hiring of temporary staff via agencies and similar providers) are designed to establish that all workers are giving their labour of their own volition and are not being controlled by others to any extent;
(c) To adopt policies and procedures in relation to the selection and management of their own suppliers which aim to identify and manage the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking.
(d) To maintain records to enable them to provide us with the information we need to publish an annual supply chain transparency statement.
(e) To monitor the success of the policies and procedures described above, in order to constantly raise standards.


5 Consequences of breaching this Policy
5.1 Any employee who breaches this policy will face disciplinary action, which could result in dismissal for misconduct or gross misconduct.
5.2 This policy does not form part of any employee's contract of employment and we may amend it at any time.
5.3 We may terminate our relationship with suppliers and other business partners if they breach this policy.