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Corporate responsibility

Case studies

Encouraging supplier diversity

ISS is supportive of building a diverse and inclusive culture not just within our own workforce but also in our supply chain. Although the majority of our procurement spend is with approved suppliers, we are working with a small selection of clients to explore opportunities to buy products or services from women-owned or ethnic minority-owned businesses on those accounts. To this end, we are members of We Connect International and MSD UK respectively and support their efforts to promote diverse suppliers to our clients and more widely.

“Ethnic minority businesses (EMBs) have a disproportionately positive impact on the economy and society, yet they only receive a marginal share of procurement spend. MSDUK drives Inclusive procurement and helps to ensure that companies support a diverse portfolio of businesses. We are pleased to have ISS who joined us in 2015 as Regular members to help open up their supply chain for underrepresented businesses.”

Raj Pattani, Business Relationship Director, MSD UK
MSD

Tackling modern slavery risks in our supply chain

Our Supplier Code of Conduct makes clear that we have zero-tolerance for forced or compulsory labour in our supply chain. To further clarify our commitment to eliminating modern slavery risks within our own business and supply chains we published our new Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking policy in July 2017. This is the first step in our response to the UK Modern Slavery Act. We have already undertaken work to evaluate modern slavery risks in our supply chain. We will also be including modern slavery within our risk assessment model under ProcurePASS.

To read our annual Modern Slavery statement please click here