Modern Slavery Policy


The statement sets down JTRS’s commitment to preventing slavery and human trafficking in our business activities and the steps we have put in place with the aim of ensuring that there is no slavery or human trafficking in our own business and supply chains. We all have a duty to be alert to risks, however small. Staff are expected to report their concerns and management to act upon them.

Organisational structure and supply chains

This statement covers the business activities of JTRS Limited, specifically:

Providing expert advice and support to help customers achieve success with technology solutions.

The Company is committed to conducting business in a professional, transparent and ethical manner.  

The Company has a zero-tolerance approach to modern day slavery and human trafficking, both within the Company and its supply chains.


Everyone must observe this policy and be aware that turning a blind eye is unacceptable and not an option.

The Company will:

  • Review our policies and procedures preventing exploitation and human trafficking and protecting our workforce and reputation.

  • Ensure our recruitment policy is understood by all involved in the recruitment and selection process and background / right to work checks are carried out consistently.

  • Check our supply chains.

  • Lead by example by making appropriate checks on all employees, recruitment agencies, suppliers, etc. to ensure we know who is working for us.

  • Ensure we have in place an open and transparent grievance process for all staff.

  • Seek to raise awareness to that our colleagues know what we are doing to promote their welfare.

  • Make a clear statement setting out the steps we have taken to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in our supply chains and to demonstrate that we take our responsibilities to our employees and our clients seriously. 

Managers will:

  • Listen and be approachable to colleagues.

  • Respond appropriately if they are told something that might indicate a colleague, or any other person is in an exploitative situation.

  • Remain alert to indicators of slavery.

  • Raise the awareness of our colleagues by discussing issues and providing training so that everyone can spot the signs of trafficking and exploitation and know what we do.

  • Use their experience and professional judgement to gauge situations.

All colleagues should: 

  • Be aware – if you suspect someone is being controlled or forced by someone else to work or provide services, follow our reporting procedure. 

  • Follow the reporting procedure if a colleague tells you something you think might indicate they are or someone else is being exploited or ill-treated.

  • Tell the Company if you think there is more, we can do to prevent people from being exploited. 


To ensure a good understanding of the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in our business and supply chains, all staff are made aware of policies and procedures and are regularly updated in legislation changes/improvements that affect the activities that they may manage or are involved in.


The Company is committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our business or our supply chains. This policy affirms its intention to act ethically in our business relationships. 

The following policies also set down our approach to the identification of modern slavery risks and steps to be taken to prevent slavery and human trafficking in our operations:

  • Whistleblowing policy – the Company encourages all its workers, customers and other business partners to report any concerns related to its direct activities or its supply chains.

  • Grievance procedure – the Company’s internal grievance procedure provides employees with the proper channels to raise and escalate concerns.

  • Recruitment policy – the employee recruitment policy sets out the Company’s approach to consistent, transparent and fair recruitment processes in line with employment legislation.

Due Diligence Processes for Slavery and Human Trafficking

The Company undertakes due diligence when considering taking on new suppliers, and regularly reviews its existing suppliers. The Company’s due diligence process includes building long-standing relationships with suppliers and making clear our expectations of business partners and evaluating the modern slavery and human trafficking risks of each new supplier and invoking sanctions against suppliers that fail to improve their performance in line with an action plan provided by us, including the termination of the business relationship.