Responsible Business Report 2023



Our business

Human rights and labour standards

We are an Accredited Living Wage Employer, meaning we have committed to pay all our employees a fair living wage. This commitment is also extended to contractors of the firm. We collect, report and publish data about the diversity make-up of our workforce in the UK, this information is publicly available through our website. We deliver training on ethics and integrity for all employees throughout our global network. We have implemented mandatory sustainability training for all members of our global procurement team in collaboration with AXA Climate School. Key individuals complete modern slavery training globally that we have identified as dealing with any aspect of procurement on behalf of Clyde & Co. We have implemented mandatory training on diversity and equality for all UK employees. This course addresses issues such as discrimination, unconscious bias, and harassment.

We are committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery in our business or in our supply chains, and to acting ethically and with integrity in all our relationships. As such, we expect third party contractors and suppliers to comply with all applicable laws, statutes, regulations, and codes relating to labour, anti-slavery and human trafficking laws, including the Modern Slavery Act. Our people We apply the highest possible standards in the recruitment and employment of our people. We conduct due diligence on our prospective employees prior to them joining Clyde & Co. When recruiting, we comply with all local employment legislation and any applicable regulations. All our people are expected to comply with relevant laws and professional codes of conduct, as well as Clyde & Co’s internal Modern Slavery policy and other policies and procedures.

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