This statement is made by Temporary Solutions Group Limited (“TSG”) as the UK parent company of The Temporary Kitchen Company Ltd, The Temporary Storage Company Ltd, Temporary Adapted Living Solutions Ltd and Service Solutions Company Ltd (the Group).
Reviewed November 2023
The Temporary Solutions Group (TSG) are proud to provide a supportive environment for all employees, free from discrimination whilst adhering to legislative and regulatory requirements.
Whilst these are broadly based on principles developed by the United Nations and Institute for Human Rights and Business regarding migrant workers, we have chosen to extend relevant principles to all our staff.
We treat all of our employees equally with dignity and respect without discrimination and with the utmost respect for their human rights. All employees at TSG are protected by the relevant UK laws in respect of their employment with us.
For our employees this means that as their employer we:
- We bear the full costs of recruitment and do not charge staff fees for hiring, placing or promoting them.
- We support the right to seek, obtain and hold employment without discrimination and with complete respect for dignity.
- We do not coerce anyone to work for us. When you choose to work for us you do so voluntarily.
- You must prove your entitlement to work in the UK. However, we do not hold or retain original passports, identity documents or residency papers. You should retain such documents personally.
- Everyone is paid regularly, in accordance with their terms and conditions. We provide a written summary of pay and deductions (pay slip) on every occasion.
- Everyone has the right to join or not join a trade union at their complete discretion.
- We provide safe and decent working conditions with suitable training as necessary. Our operations comply with or exceed statutory health and safety standards.
- We provide formal grievance provisions through which staff are free to lodge awork related complaint or raise a matter of concern.
- We do not impede anyone’s freedom of movement or their opportunity to seek employment elsewhere.
To date no incidents relating to modern slavery or violations of human rights have been identified, and no incidents have been reported.