Human rights and our Modern Slavery Act statement

Our commitment to respect human rights.

Our commitment to respect human rights is guided by the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and other internationally recognised human rights frameworks. 

We are committed to making sure there is no modern slavery in our operations. 

Read more about our good governance approach, our human rights policy and Modern Slavery Act statement.     

Care more

One of our values is to ‘care more’. We care more about our customers, our people, and our communities – the societies we are part of.

Human rights concerns all of us, and are also core to our business interests.  

If business does not observe the highest standards of human rights then society is at risk. And if society does not observe human rights then business is at risk.
Mark Wilson, United Nations Forum on Human Rights, November 2016

We work across our business to deliver consistently on our commitments to:

  • treat our customers fairly and protect their right to privacy
  • promote equal opportunities and employee rights
  • engage with our suppliers on human rights matters
  • invest our money in a responsible manner. 

The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark

We are one of the founding partners of the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB). It ranks globally listed companies on their human rights performance so people can use the information to decide who they do business with.

Prevention of modern slavery 

In March 2017 we published our first Modern Slavery Act statement detailing the work we undertook in 2016 to assess the risks of modern slavery in our own business. We published our second statement in April 2018 detailing the work we undertook in 2017.

Read our 2016 and 2017 Modern Slavery Act statements (PDF 1.9MB)

Human rights benchmarks

World's first wide-scale project to rank companies on their human rights performance

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Our policies that guide our business and behaviours

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