MODERN SLAVERY ACT TRANSPARENCY STATEMENT
for the financial year ending 30th September 2018
Sabio Ltd and its group of companies (“Sabio”) takes combatting slavery and human trafficking seriously.
Who we are
Sabio is a contact centre technology specialist. We sell technology developed by Sabio as well as by a small number of established and reputable, global vendors in conjunction with Sabio’s business consulting, systems integration, training and managed services.
Sabio has more than 400 employees worldwide and has offices in the UK, France, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands and Singapore, and has a global annual turnover in excess of £70m.
Our supply chain
Our supply chain includes:
- manufacturers and resellers of hardware and software;
- IT and telecommunications service providers; and
- suppliers of other goods and services to Sabio for our own use.
We have an Anti-Slavery Policy which is available to all employees. The policy ensures that our employees understand their responsibility for prevention, detection and reporting of slavery and human trafficking within our own business and within our supply chain.
We require our staff to comply with this policy and to promote our zero-tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking to suppliers.
Sabio has, during the course of the last financial year, delivered appropriate training to its employees to ensure awareness of modern slavery.
In order to identify and mitigate risk we:
- have obtained assurances from our main, strategic suppliers to their commitment to combatting modern slavery and human trafficking;
- monitor information about suppliers in the public domain;
- seek where reasonably possible to require suppliers to comply with all applicable laws (which would include the Modern Slavery Act 2015); and
- endeavour to include specific anti-slavery clauses in contracts with strategic new suppliers.
Effectiveness of anti-slavery measures
The effectiveness of our anti-slavery measures is kept under review. We are committed to reviewing the measures taken each year and to implementing any necessary improvements identified.
This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes Sabio’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 30 September 2018.
This statement has been approved by the Board of Directors of Sabio Ltd.
A copy of this statement, signed by our Chief Financial Officer, Troels Henriksen, is available upon request.