Modern slavery and human trafficking statement 

We have a responsibility under Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and a commitment to the human rights and employment rights of workers in our business, our suppliers and partners. 

Modern slavery encompasses slavery, servitude, human trafficking and forced labour. Minoli is committed to acting ethically and with integrity and transparency in all business dealings. Our policy is to review our suppliers, contractors and business partners at the outset of our relationship, and as appropriate thereafter, to ensure we are complying with this Act. 

Minoli will not knowingly support or deal with any business involved in modern slavery or human trafficking. We are committed to improving our practices to combat modern slavery and human trafficking. We recognise that modern slavery and human trafficking is a real yet hidden issue in our society and we will not tolerate any involvement in such activity within our business or supply chain.

Anti-bribery and corruption statement

The senior management at Minoli are committed to implementing and enforcing effective systems to prevent and eliminate bribery, in accordance with the Bribery Act 2010.

Minoli is committed to applying the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity in its business activities. Every employee and individual acting on the Company’s behalf is responsible for maintaining the Company’s reputation and for conducting business honestly and professionally.

Minoli considers that bribery and corruption has a detrimental impact in business by undermining good governance and distorting free markets and the Company benefits from carrying out business in a transparent and ethical way. As such, Minoli does not tolerate any form of bribery, whether direct or indirect, by, or of, its employees, suppliers or business partners, or any person or company acting for it or on its behalf.

A bribe is a financial advantage or other reward that is offered to, given to, or received by an individual or company (whether directly or indirectly) to induce or influence that individual or company to perform public or corporate functions or duties improperly.

Employees and others acting for or on behalf of Minoli are strictly prohibited from making, soliciting or receiving any bribes or unauthorised payments. As part of its anti-bribery measures, the Company accepts transparent, proportionate, reasonable and bona fide hospitality and promotional expenditure, whether given or received. In all instances, whether gifts or hospitality are given or received, prior approval must be sought from the Managing Director.

Employees and other individuals acting for the Company should note that bribery is a criminal offence that may result in up to 10 years’ imprisonment and/or an unlimited fine for the individual and an unlimited fine for the Company. Any breach of the Bribery Act 2010 by an employee will be treated as grounds for disciplinary action.

The success of the Company’s anti-bribery and corruption measures depends on all employees, and those acting for the Company, playing their part in helping prevent bribery. Therefore, all employees and others acting for, or on behalf of, the Company are encouraged to report any suspected bribery to the Managing Director. The Company will support any individuals who make such a report in good faith.

Our Anti-bribery policy is included in our Staff Handbook and general terms of employment, which all employees must confirm their understanding of and agreement to.