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TISCreport UK Modern Slavery Act Companies in Compliance List 2020

Published on: 12 October 2020

TISCreport Companies in Compliance List 2020
Last year 1013 companies made it into the list of those with statements that had met the minimum compliance criteria set in the Home Office Statutory Guidance. This year sees a slight increase with 1135 companies on the list, which we hope will be accelerated by the implementation of recommendations for the next iteration of the UK Modern Slavery Act. As before, we hope that this list will help to encourage companies still struggling to meet those criteria to update their statements using real, live examples from their sector. Happy Anti-Slavery Week!
TISCreport UK Modern Slavery Act Companies in Compliance List 2019

Published on: 18 October 2019

TISCreport Companies in Compliance 2019
For Anti-Slavery Day this year, TISCreport made the decision to publish the list of companies whose modern slavery statements passed AI technical compliance checks. Enabling companies struggling with compliance to see examples in their sectors will raise the bar for next year.
Non-Compliance with UK Government Regulations and Legislation May Affect Company Insurance Premiums/ Invalidate Company Insurance Cover

Published on: 7 July 2019 has been tracking Non-Compliance with Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act, Payment Practice Regulations, Gender Pay Gap Reporting and other human and labour rights related regulations/legislation. Non-compliance is no longer a matter for just legislatures. It is an indicator of non-financial risk that can have dire consequences for buyers and suppliers who ignore them.
How to Make the Most of your TISCreport Membership

Published on: 15 April 2019

Contrary to what you can see on the surface, TISCreport is built on a powerful regulatory operating system that helps your supply chain transparency make bigger, more sustainable impact. Contributing members of TISCreport can save significant resources by making use of available data and tools. Expect this list to grow as time goes on!
Bristol City Council Steps up Commitment to Tackling Modern Slavery

Published on: 2 July 2018

Local Labour and Co-operative Councillor Tom Brook spoke on behalf of Mayor Marvin Rees’ Labour administration at a Co-operative Party conference in London on the 9th June, where Bristol’s leadership on tackling modern slavery was praised by leading national figures. TISCreport and Unseen are highlighted as key Bristol partners.