Modern Slavery Policy

Preventing modern slavery and human trafficking in our business and supply chain.

Last updated: May 2023


This statement is published in accordance with Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 Act and the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (Transparency in Supply Chains) Regulation 2015 (the “Act”). It sets out the steps taken by Intrepid Ltd, to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking in its business and supply chain.

Intrepid Ltd fully supports the Government’s objectives to eradicate modern slavery and human trafficking and recognises the significant role we can play in both combatting it and supporting victims. In particular, we are strongly committed to ensuring our supply chains and business activities are free from ethical and labour standards abuses.

We recognise that being in the recruitment industry, we are exposed to risks relating to the potential violation of human rights in areas including modern slavery and human trafficking. We are conscious that such risks can arise in certain areas of the sector. We are committed to monitoring such risks in our business and in our wider supply chain and to mitigating them.

Policy Aims

We promote a workplace environment that is fair, open and respectful, and one that protects the rights and dignity of all employees. We operate people practices, contracts of employment and collective agreements that are lawful and aligned to our Code and values.

  • We confirm the identities of all new employees, temporary workers and contractors and their right to work in the United Kingdom, and pay all our employees above the National Living Wage

  • We will ensure that our employees have multiple channels of communication to provide them with a platform for our employees to raise concerns about poor working practices.


  • Intrepid are committed to ensuring that people are free to question things and raise anything they are concerned about and specifically modern slavery and human trafficking. We encourage people to speak up by raising matters with their Line Manager.

Procurement and our supply chain

  • When procuring services, we will apply specific Terms and Conditions that require suppliers to legally comply with relevant legislation (including immigration laws) in the jurisdictions they are providing services in.

Review of effectiveness

  • We intend to take further steps to identify, assess and monitor potential risk areas in terms of modern slavery and human trafficking, particularly in our supply chains.

  • In 2024/25, our anti-slavery programme will also:

    • ensure that staff have access to training on how to identify those who are victims of modern slavery and human trafficking.

    • undertake a risk assessment on transparency in supply chain including an overview of products, services and suppliers procured