Modern Slavery

Act Compliance and Labour Rights Statement

At Uplifting: a division of Jasonl, we are committed to upholding the highest standards in Modern Slavery compliance and labour rights. As a responsible SME, we recognize the importance of transparency and accountability in our supply chain practices.

Our unique business model focuses on fostering inclusivity and providing opportunities. We engage in apprenticeships and long-term employment, particularly working with local communities and promoting positive outcomes, including collaborations with correctional facilities for training and development.

Aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, we continuously evaluate and enhance our supply chain to ensure that Modern Slavery is eradicated. Our compliance process involves a thorough assessment down to two tiers through supplier questionnaires and on-site visits.

  • Bribery and Corruption Prevention

    Uplifting: a division of Jasonl, is dedicated to eliminating bribery and corruption within our supply chain. We actively seek compliance statements from our suppliers, extending to two tiers, and implement comprehensive staff policies and training programs to uphold integrity across our organization.

  • Human and Labour Rights Assurance

    We strive to verify that all employees within our supply chain, up to two tiers, have the fundamental rights to choose their employer, work in safe conditions, receive fair compensation, enjoy unrestricted movement, and are not subjected to child labor.

  • Supply Chain Compliance Measures

    Our commitment extends to surveying both local and international major suppliers, requesting them to do the same with their top suppliers. To facilitate clear communication, our compliance survey documents are available in multiple languages, including Mandarin.

  • Dynamic Supply Chain Monitoring

    Our supply chain monitoring is an evolving process. As our supply chain expands, we remain vigilant in verifying compliance with Human Rights and Anti-Corruption legislation. We measure our progress against global standards such as the Global Compact and Sustainable Development Goals.

As part of our commitment to ethical practices, we are set to lodge our Modern Slavery Statement for the reporting year FY 22/23, reinforcing our dedication to eradicating modern slavery. In October 2023, our executive team conducted an International Supply Chain review, personally visiting our Chinese providers' workplaces to assess and ensure optimal working conditions.

We invite you to follow our progress as we actively pursue our 2025 goals by prioritizing transparency & ethical standards.