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Modern Slavery Avoidance


Our Modern slavery and human trafficking statement set out the steps the company is taking to ensure the Projects and its supply chain adheres to all relevant legislation and that our employment practices are fair.

JG AUTOMOTIVE S.A has sought from our joint venture business partners that the supply chains into the Projects are free from such abuses. Our focus will always be on seeking more assurances and increased vigilance about modern slavery from our joint venture partners, and supply chain.

JG AUTOMOTIVE S.A Stance on Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking.

JG AUTOMOTIVE S.A is committed to monitoring that there are no instances of Modern Slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or in any part of our business. JG AUTOMOTIVE S.A anti-slavery stance reflects our commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships and to implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to ensure modern slavery and human trafficking is not taking place anywhere in the Project.


JG AUTOMOTIVE S.A has zero tolerance towards any form of modern slavery and human trafficking.

We expect our business partners, subcontractors and suppliers to:
• Ensure employees have the freedom to choose to work for them and to end that employment after a mutually agreed notice period.
• Ensure employment is not forced, bonded or non-voluntary prison labor.
• Demonstrate a commitment to equality of opportunity for all individuals free from discrimination and oppression.
• Offer working hours that are not excessive and are compliant with national laws or industry standards.
• Have appropriate disciplinary, grievance and appeal procedures in place.
• Have a confidential whistle-blowing process in place where all reported instances are investigated thoroughly, with assurances given to the victims they may give evidence without fear of conviction for offences committed in connection with their enslavement or trafficking. (A person is not guilty of that offence if compelled to act as a result of enslavement or relevant exploitation.)
• Ensure appropriate health and safety measures are in place to protect the workforce and the wider public.
• Offer wages and benefits at least in line with industry benchmarks or national minimums.
• Commit to the eradication of recruitment fees stating that the costs of recruitment should be borne by the employer and not by any employee

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