|Creating Jobs||Worker Records||Timesheets||General||Communications||User Management|
|Making Placements||Compliance||Purchase Orders||Holiday||Daily Requirements||Eligibility Rules|
|Vendor Management||Supplier Records||Clocking Information||AWR||Electronic Registration||Outsourced Payroll Providers|
|Neutral Vendor Services||Site Records||Absence||Placement Documentation||Limited Company Records|
|Registrations||Time & Attendance||Managing Rates|
|Bespoke||Vendor Management||Managing Pay Elements|
|Managing Cost Codes|
|Managing Shift Patterns|
|VMS Site Links|
|Managing Third-party Integrations|
1st September 2022
This statement is made in accordance with Section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes Quadzu’s Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement for the 2022/23 Financial Year.
A message from our CEO
Quadzu Limited is committed to acting ethically and with integrity in all its business dealings. As part of this commitment, we continue to develop
and implement robust systems and controls to mitigate the risk of Modern Slavery anywhere within our business operations or supply chain and recognise
that to fully deliver on this commitment, we must continue to strive for improvement in all our processes.
In 2022/23 we continue to face an unprecedented time in relation to the COVID-19 global pandemic and our recovery from it. It is, therefore, essential that we continue to consider the impact the pandemic has on Modern Slavery and our response to this through our business, employees and supply chain and make use of knowledge and resources both within the business and the relevant external bodies (i.e. The Slave Free Alliance, Hope For Justice etc.) to identify the risk of Modern Slavery and then put in place appropriate control measures.
Quadzu recognises that the majority of it’s clients operate in industry sectors that are often targeted by Gangmasters seeking to exploit individuals for financial gain. All those with whom we do business are expected to follow the highest ethical principles and we expect our clients, business partners, representatives and suppliers to have robust processes in place to eliminate the risk of Modern Slavery.
Our solution delivers system-based processes to ensure a consistent approach relating to the storage and verification of Eligibility to Work (ETW) evidence for all workers. Quadzu works particularly closely with our clients to ensure consistent approaches and collaboration on prevention activity.
Our new Modern Slavery Statement sets out Quadzu’s detailed and strong ambition to prevent Modern Slavery from occurring anywhere within our organisation or in our wider business relationships.
Chief Executive Officer