We make five livelihood commitments
The final component of a truly sustainable outlook is the need for individuals and organisations to make ends meet – to earn what’s needed to pay the bills and plan for the future. And that requires everyone to play fair and adhere to a certain standard of operation.
We pay our suppliers on time, according to terms.
We value our suppliers and know that every business can only survive if it has a dependable flow of monies in. We pay all our suppliers on time, according to terms agreed, with the vast majority being within 30 days.
We’re committed to paying our fair share of tax
As a substantial business, we recognise our responsibility to contribute to society by paying our taxes on time and in full, which we always do.
We conduct business in an ethical and transparent manner
We fully support the government’s anti-bribery and anti-corruption initiatives and apply these standards in our business. We expect all transactions to stand the light of day and be conducted in a manner that abides by the rules of good business.
We ensure that no aspects of our business are enabled by slave labour
We believe that all forms of modern slavery are utterly unacceptable, and we take active measures to ensure that no aspects of our supply chain are facilitated by modern slavery.
We are a committed participant of the UN Global Compact
Having signed up to the Ten Principles of the UNGC, we uphold the highest standards in relation to Human Rights, Labour, and Anti-Corruption.