Modern Slavery Policy

Modern slavery is a violation of fundamental human rights and a crime. It takes various forms, including slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labour, and human trafficking, all of which share the deprivation of a person’s freedom for the purpose of exploitation for personal or commercial gain.


DigitalCloudAdvisor prohibits modern slavery and human trafficking within its organisation and supply chain.

The company is committed to acting ethically and with integrity in all of its business dealings and relationships, as well as implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to ensure modern slavery does not occur anywhere in its own business or supply chain.

DigitalCloudAdvisor is also committed to ensuring that its business and approach to combating modern slavery throughout its supply chain are transparent in accordance with its disclosure obligations under the Modern Slavery Act of 2015. DigitalCloudAdvisor expects the same high standards from its contractors, suppliers, and other business partners. As part of its contracting procedures, DigitalCloudAdvisor prohibits the use of forced, compulsory, or trafficked labour, as well as the enslavement or servitude of anyone, including adults and children.

DigitalCloudAdvisor expects its suppliers to apply the same high standards to their suppliers.

Recruitment agencies and suppliers of contract IT resources Suppliers of IT equipment, software and services Professional services from lawyers, accountants and other advisers Print and promotional material production Marketing and PR services Applicability This policy applies to everyone who works for or on behalf of DigitalCloudAdvisor in any capacity. Include all employees, directors, officers, agency workers, seconded workers, volunteers, interns, agents, contractors, external consultants, third-party representatives, and business partners.

This policy is not part of any employee’s employment contract, and it is subject to change at any time.


The DigitalCloudAdvisor Board is responsible for ensuring that this policy complies with DigitalCloudAdvisor’s legal and ethical obligations and is followed by all those under its authority.

Compliance and supplier relationships are the responsibility of divisional directors. They are responsible for the day-to-day implementation of this policy, the monitoring of its use and effectiveness, the handling of any questions about it, and the auditing of internal control systems and procedures to ensure their effectiveness in combating modern slavery.

Employees are responsible for familiarising themselves with employee policies and guidelines relating to modern slavery, as well as completing any required compliance training.


All DigitalCloudAdvisor employees and those under its control are responsible for the prevention, detection, and reporting of modern slavery in any part of its operations or supply chains. Any behaviour that could result in or suggest a violation of this policy is prohibited.

If you believe or suspect that a violation of this policy has occurred or will occur in any part of DigitalCloudAdvisor’s business or supply chain, you must immediately notify your manager or file a report in accordance with the Whistleblowing Policy.

Consult your manager if you are uncertain as to whether a specific act, the treatment of workers in general, or their working conditions within our supply chain constitutes any of the various forms of modern slavery.

In accordance with this policy, DigitalCloudAdvisor encourages transparency and will support anyone who raises genuine concerns in good faith, regardless of the outcome. The company is committed to ensuring that no one is subjected to adverse treatment (including termination, disciplinary action, threats, or other unfavourable treatment) for reporting in good faith their suspicion that modern slavery, in whatever form, is or may be occurring in any part of DigitalCloudAdvisoror its supply chain. If you believe you have been subjected to such treatment, you must notify a Director immediately. If the issue is not resolved and you are an employee, you should use the Grievance Procedure to file a formal complaint.

This statement is made in accordance with section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 ( and constitutes the DigitalCloudAdvisor’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the current financial year.

This policy is signed and approved by the Directors Board.