Compliance

Striving for a fairer working world, for everyone

At TMR, we are truly passionate about companies who are fully compliant with regulation, because we are one of them.

“TMR Jobs operates to protect the interests of it’s Temporary and Permanent staff and clients, providing a competent service, that exceeds the standards required, delivering timely results in-line with governance and compliance.”

We strongly believe in being fair to workers, because without them, what would your company be? We want to promote our compliance message throughout every company that we work with, because we believe in equal opportunities, in fair pay and above all, in a fairer future for workers.

The regulations and codes of professional practice that we follow mean that we are audited on issues such as:

  • Ethical audits
  • Health & safety
  • Food safety
  • Equal opportunities
  • Data protection
  • Training and induction
  • Complaints procedure
  • Work seeker registration
  • Work seeking services
  • Overseas workers
  • Temporary and permanent workers
  • Payments to and from the work seeker
  • Dealing with clients
  • Contracts with clients and work seekers
  • GLA
  • AWR
  • Working Time Directive
  • ETI Base Code
  • National Living Wage/Minimum Wage and all other aspects of compliance in line with EU legislation.

And we strive to excel in every category.

Whether employees are looking for full time work or temporary work, each of our compliance checks are the same. We always ensure that workers are fit to work, that it is legal for them to do so in the UK, and that they are paid fairly and on-time.

“Ensuring your business and the supply chain requirements, ethical audits, are met without question in each and every detail, maintaining courtesy, and respect for the protection of personal information under all circumstances, in-line with UK law”

Our policies are kept up-to-date with regular audits and they keep our clients in very safe hands.

Do you have any queries about compliance, or would you like to know more about our compliance system? Contact us on 0115 824 7777 for more information and we’ll be happy to help.

 

Modern Slavery Statement on Preventing Hidden Labour Exploitation

 

POLICY STATEMENT

Taylor Martin Recruitment Limited commits to developing and adopting a proactive approach to tackling hidden labour exploitation.

Hidden labour exploitation is exploitation of job applicants and workers by third party individuals or gangs other than the employer or labour provider including rogue individuals working within these businesses but without the knowledge of management.  It includes forced labour and human trafficking for labour exploitation; payment for work-finding services and work-related exploitation such as forced use of accommodation.  It is understood that it is often well hidden by the perpetrators with victims, if they perceive of themselves as such, reluctant to come forward.

Coverage

This policy covers all Taylor Martin Recruitment Limited branch office locations and all On-site office locations throughout the UK.

Responsibility

Neil Capper – TMR ,  has overall responsibility for this policy. Branch Managers and On-site Managers are responsible to ensure that this policy is adhered to. Account Managers, and Recruitment Consultants are to ensure that this policy is adhered to. All staff members, including Administration, payroll and any other job role are to ensure that that the policy guidelines are followed.

Policy Commitments

Taylor Martin Recruitment Limited shall:

  1. Designate appropriate manager – Neil Capper Regional Manager, Group Training and Compliance to attend “Tackling Hidden Labour Exploitation” training and to have responsibility for developing and operating company procedures relevant to this issue.
  2. Accept that job finding fees are a business cost, and will not allow these to be paid by job applicants.  The Company will not use any individual or organisation to source and supply workers without confirming that workers are not being charged a work finding fee.
  3. Ensure that all staff responsible for directly recruiting workers are trained to be aware of issues around third party labour exploitation and signs to look for and have signed appropriate Compliance Principles.
  4. Ensure that labour sourcing, recruitment and worker placement processes are under the control of trusted and competent staff members.
  5. Adopt a proactive approach to reporting suspicions of hidden worker exploitation to the Gangmasters Licensing Authority and police.
  6. Provide information on tackling “Hidden Labour Exploitation” to our workforce through; workplace posters; worker leaflets; inductions; website; and internal and external training.
  7. Encourage workers to report cases of hidden third party labour exploitation, provide the means to do so and investigate and act on reports appropriately.
  8. Positively encourage and support employees and agency workers to report such exploitation which may be occurring within their communities (detail how).
  9. Require labour providers and other organisations in the labour supply chain to adopt policies and procedures consistent with the above.