BPM Tech is committed to acting ethically and with integrity and transparency in all business dealings and to putting effective systems and controls in place to safeguard against any form of modern slavery taking place within our business or our supply chain. Modern slavery encompasses slavery, servitude, human trafficking and forced labour. BPM Tech has a zero-tolerance approach to any form of modern slavery.
This statement is made pursuant to section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and sets out the steps that BPM Tech has taken and is continuing to take to ensure that modern slavery or human trafficking is not taking place within our business or supply chain.
BPM Tech Ltd is a trading business in the permanent and temporary recruitment sector. BPM Tech has a long standing blue-chip client base and has retained a highly experienced sales team. The business places IT, sales and business change consultants with organisations throughout the UK.
BPM Tech’s headquarters are in Brighouse, West Yorkshire.
We operate many internal policies to ensure that we are conducting business in an ethical and transparent manner. These include:
1 – Anti-slavery policy: This policy sets out the organisation’s stance on modern slavery and explains how employees can identify any instances of this and where they can go for help.
2 – Recruitment policy. We operate a robust recruitment policy, including conducting eligibility to work in the UK checks for all employees to safeguard against human trafficking or individuals being forced to work against their will.
3 – Whistle blowing policy. We operate a whistle blowing policy so that all employees know that they can raise concerns about how colleagues are being treated, or practices within our business or supply chain, without fear of reprisals.
BPM Tech conducts due diligence on all clients before becoming a supplier for them.
This due diligence includes an online search to ensure that an organisation has never been convicted of offences relating to modern slavery.
We regularly conduct training for our Recruitment teams so that they understand the signs of modern slavery and what to do if they suspect that it is taking place within our supply chain.
We will know the effectiveness of the steps that we are taking to ensure that slavery and/or human trafficking is not taking place within our business or supply chain if:
No reports are received from employees, the public, or law enforcement agencies to indicate that modern slavery practices have been identified.