Morgan Sindall is committed to conducting business with the highest levels of integrity, honesty and responsibility, demonstrated by our approach to sustainability, our activity in the communities where we work, and our business practices both internally and externally. Through delivering in these areas we aim to achieve our company vision to be the best and most sustainable business in the industry.
Morgan Sindall has attained ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System certification from the British Standards Institution. This indicates that we take necessary steps to ensure that we conduct our business in a spirit of integrity and that no act of bribery by any person either employed by, or acting as an agent of, Morgan Sindall, will be tolerated.
To reflect this, the Executive Team of Morgan Sindall has:
1. Adopted an anti-bribery policy.
2. Implemented an Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS) to give effect to this policy.
3. Sought and received management support across the business for both the policy and the ABMS.
Morgan Sindall Group plc is committed to preventing all forms of modern slavery throughout its operations and its supply chain.
The Modern Slavery Policy applies to all of its divisions, subsidiaries, associate companies and its interests in joint venture consortia and companies and all Group employees, and works in conjunction with related Group and divisional HR Policies and Practices.
We are working with our suppliers, subcontractors and business partners in developing similar policies and practices, and have collaborated with the Supply Chain Sustainability School to offer advice and support where required.
Morgan Sindall Group is passionate about ensuring integrity at every level in all our business dealings. We believe integrity is about doing the right thing for our customers, our people and our suppliers, which ultimately means doing the right thing for our business.
Critical to delivering on our commitment to integrity, is finding out if our standards are not met. We have a confidential helpline run by a company called Expolink. This is an independent, confidential service that any employee can ring to help focus attention on compliance with company policy and ethical requirements.
We have published our first gender pay gap report under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap information) Regulations 2017. The report relates to Morgan Sindall Group plc and its subsidiary companies with more than 250 employees who are required to comply with the Regulations.