JAG-UFS Group Ltd is committed to valuing and respecting human rights on a global scale. Operating ethically. Respecting employees, clients and stakeholders are core values at the heart of JAG-UFS Groups culture.
JAG-UFS Group is an international logistics company that operates in the United Kingdom and works with a network of overseas partners across the World. The group is made up of the following companies.
JAG-UFS (International) Ltd
Euroasia Maritime Agencies Ltd
Worldspan Freight Services Ltd
This Modern Slavery Policy outlines our commitment to eradicating modern slavery in all its forms within our organisation and supply chain. We passionately believe in promoting human rights, ensuring the well-being of our employees, and upholding the principles of satisfaction, fair pay, participation and progression, well-being, safety and security, as well as voice and autonomy for all individuals involved in our operations.
We are dedicated to creating a positive and inclusive work environment that fosters a sense of satisfaction among our employees and stakeholders. We will continually strive to enhance job satisfaction through open communication, recognition of achievements, and opportunities for personal and professional growth.
3. Fair Pay
We are committed to providing fair compensation to all employees, ensuring that their remuneration reflects the value of their work and is in line with industry standards and local regulations. We will conduct regular reviews to ensure that our compensation practices remain equitable and competitive.
4. Participation and Progression
We are dedicated to promoting diversity, equality, and inclusivity at all levels of our organization. We will actively encourage participation from all employees, irrespective of their background, and provide opportunities for skill development, career advancement, and progression within the company.
5. Well-Being, Safety, and Security
We prioritise the well-being, safety, and security of all individuals associated with our operations. We will implement robust health and safety measures, ensuring a free work environment and providing the necessary resources to address physical and psychological well-being concerns.
6. Voice and Autonomy
We recognise the importance of giving every individual a voice and the autonomy to express their opinions and concerns. We will establish mechanisms for open dialogue, feedback, and grievance redressal to ensure that everyone's perspectives are valued and addressed appropriately.
7. Supply Chain Responsibility
We extend our commitment to these principles throughout our supply chain. We work closely with our suppliers, partners, and contractors to ensure they share our values and adhere to ethical practices, including eradicating modern slavery in all its forms.
8. Training and Awareness
We will provide regular training to all employees and stakeholders to raise awareness about modern slavery, its signs, and the steps to take to prevent and address it. This will enable everyone to play an active role in identifying and reporting potential cases of modern slavery.
9. Continuous Improvement
We recognise that this policy is a living document and will evolve over time to address new challenges and opportunities. We will regularly review our practices and engage in ongoing dialogue with our employees, stakeholders, and experts to ensure the effectiveness of our efforts to combat modern slavery.
We are committed to transparency and will annually report on our progress in implementing this Modern Slavery Policy. This report will detail the actions taken, outcomes achieved, and areas identified for improvement in line with our commitment to eradicating modern slavery.
By adhering to this Modern Slavery Policy, we pledge to create a workplace and supply chain that is free from modern slavery and where every individual's rights and dignity are respected and upheld.