Syrah is committed to supporting and empowering our people to achieve their potential by providing a strong foundation for ensuring all employees have the opportunity to develop professionally and advance their careers. We remain committed to upskilling our local workforces and building internal succession capability to advance Syrah's long term localisation strategy.
We are also committed to achieving and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workforce that is representative of the communities and markets in which we operate, and recognise that a diverse and inclusive workforce will directly contribute to the success of the organisation. Syrah has a Diversity and Inclusion Policy in place outlining measurable objectives for driving gender diversity.
Syrah is committed to protecting and respecting the human rights of all employees, contractors and industry participants and this includes eradicating all forms of modern slavery. The Company recognises that, due to the geographical spread of its operations, the inherent nature of business activities, our labour-force structures and prevailing socio-political and environmental conditions, modern slavery risks exist throughout the Company’s supply chain.
We understand that by working collaboratively with governments and other key stakeholders we can help to strengthen the overall capacity to identify and mitigate human rights and modern slavery risks and contribute to sustainable development in the regions in which we operate. Our approach to mitigating modern slavery risks is guided by international leading practice including the United Nations (UN) Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and other relevant domestic and international legislation, standards and guidelines.
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