Metrics’ Modern Slavery Statement
Metrics acknowledges that modern slavery can occur in every industry and geography and has severe consequences for victims. It is critical that governments and businesses take action to eliminate human exploitation.
We would like to communicate our commitment to respect human rights in our operations and value chain, which includes taking steps to assess, address and report on any potential modern slavery risks. As part of this process, Metrics has been actively working towards enhancing its approach to identifying and managing modern slavery and broader human rights risks in its value chain.
We are proud to have pledged our commitment to the United Nations Global Compact and support its Ten Principles on human rights, labour, environment, and anti-corruption. We are participating in the UN Global Compact Network Australia‘s 2023 Business and Human Rights Accelerator program and are an official endorser of the UN Principles for Responsible Investment initiative ‘Advance’, a stewardship initiative where institutional investors work together to take action on human rights and social issues.
Metrics has voluntarily prepared a Modern Slavery Statement following the requirements and reporting criteria under the Australian Modern Slavery Act 2018 for the 2022 reporting period.
To find out more about our activities, you can view our Statement below.
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