Business & Human Rights Resource Centre+Modern Slavery Statement+Joules+2019
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Did the company produce a statement in relation to any Modern Slavery legislation or Act?
Yes - UK Modern Slavery Act
Yes - UK Modern Slavery Act, Yes - Califo
2019
updated 24 days ago by Jenny Ofray
Comments

The audit scope covers the following key areas: 1. Prison / Forced Labour2. Freedom of Association3. Child Labour 4. Health & Safety 5. Wages and benefits 6. Working Hours 7. Discrimination 8. Regular Employment 9. Disciplinary practices 10. Environment. By reviewing these key areas, we seek to ensure that no forced / bonded / child labour is used by any of the manufacturers we work with. We will continue to assess and reassess within our manufacturing supply chain to ensure we are only working with companies that meet or exceed our ethical and social standards.

Mia Boothh.....2020-10-20 15:25:39 UTC

pg. 2

"This is our fourth statement made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes the Group’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ended 26 May 2019."

Singh Anjali.....2021-08-10 08:59:12 UTC

"The main trading company in the UK is Joules Limited, which is ultimately owned by Joules Group Plc. Joules Group Plc also has subsidiaries in the US, China and Hong Kong (“the Group”). This is our fourth statement made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes the Group’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ended 26 May 2019." (pg. 2)