The Approved Statement for 2018 year:
Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement – Modern Slavery Act
‘Stickytree.co.uk’ and Webhost Systems Limited is committed to combat slavery and human trafficking in our business.
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We are committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in any part of our business by requiring all of our users, members, partners and any kind of supplier to adhere to eBay Supplier Code of Business Conduct and Ethics which states, among other standards, that:
- Our suppliers encourage freely chosen employment. Forced, bonded or indentured labour or involuntary prison labour is prohibited.
- Our suppliers do not engage in child labour. No person shall be employed younger than the minimum age permitted by laws of the country where the person is employed. Nor shall the Supplier interfere with a child’s education by employing a child in violation of a country’s compulsory education laws.
We will take measures to ensure compliance and address potential instances of non-compliance with our Supplier Code of Business Conduct and Ethics.
This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes eBay’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 31 December 2018.
This statement was approved by the ‘Stickytree.co.uk’ Limited Board of Directors.
Director name: Nicolas Stoisser
‘Stickytree.co.uk’ / Webhost Systems Ltd
Date: 29 December 2017