Meme Software UK Modern Slavery Statement

Modern Slavery Statement for Meme Software

Meme Software (“we”, “us” or “our”), operating from the address 46 Lower Richmond Road, Mortlake, London, SW14 7EZ UK and email address is committed to upholding human rights around the world and preventing any form of modern slavery in our operations and supply chain. This Modern Slavery Statement explains our commitment to the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and describes the steps we have taken to assess and manage risk with regards potential modern slavery issues in our workplace or in our supply chain.

We are firmly opposed to any form of slavery, servitude or forced labour within our business and expect all workers and suppliers to behave ethically and lawfully at all times, both when engaging directly with us or when subcontracting on our behalf. We want to ensure that we are working responsibly throughout our whole operation – from employees’ rights through to subcontractors, partners and suppliers.

We have processes in place which demand that:

  • All necessary checks are made on those who work for us including ensuring those over 18 do not work more than 48 hours per week;
  • that a suitable living wage is paid;
  • there is no unlawful discrimination against workers for any reason;
  • workers are provided with safe working conditions;
  • proper paperwork is maintained describing all agreements between us;
  • no worker is held hostage by their employer;
  • no worker below legal age can be employed;
  • We utilise reputable recruitment agencies where appropriate who can demonstrate that they adhere to the highest ethical standards.

Our suppliers are required to act ethically when dealing with us, by adhering to a Code of Conduct which complies with these principles as well as other applicable employment laws wherever it operates around the world. We take an active role in monitoring compliance by asking for evidence such as employment contracts showing consent about working hours covered by legislation and fair remuneration which reflects local norms where possible. Suppliers must also agree not to use any form of forced or compulsory labour at their premises or elsewhere in their supply chain nor should they impede freedom of movement through excessive fees/deductions from wages/retention of identification documents etc., nor should they engage in child labour.

Where appropriate we apply specific procedures covering areas such as due diligence on potential suppliers/investment targets prior to entering into collaborations/contracts plus ongoing monitoring since it’s important that problems are identified early so preventive action can be taken before more serious consequences could follow later on down the line if left unchecked. In addition we audit existing suppliers during regular intervals depending upon risk profile plus attendance at meetings for prominent partners aimed at discussing further actions going forward towards this goal etc..

We recognise that some forms of modern slavery – such as human trafficking -are hidden crimes that lack transparency making it difficult for businesses like ours to identify risks so we continuously review best practices across industries relevant for us plus keep up with developments regarding particular topics like modern day slavery where external assurance providers might also be asked upon occasion should additional expertise be felt necessary.

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