Social Compliance auditing entails visiting factories, farms or warehouses to ensure that legal, salary, health & safety standards are being met in relation to the employees. During an audit (often conducted unannounced) the auditors will spend one or two days touring the site, interviewing management and workers, reviewing payroll/working hours, employee training records and procedure documentation. An audit report is then issued within five working days which includes a list of any issues found and any recommended corrective actions that need to be addressed.
Verisio has a team of specialised social compliance auditors who visit many sites every day as part of our programs for major brands, retailers and fast-food companies. In the United Kingdom we regularly find the following issues which are considered indicators of Modern Slavery risk:
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