This policy sets out Mrs Mac’s position against modern slavery


This policy applies to all employees who work at Mrs Mac’s in any capacity, whether full-time, part-time or casual, including temporary employees, directors. We expect all contractors, subcontractors and business partners that Mrs Mac’s engages with in Australia and New Zealand to apply similar standards when working with us.


Mrs Mac’s is committed to acting ethically and with integrity and transparency in all business dealings.

Mrs Mac’s respects ethical labour practices and values and promotes diversity. Consistent with these principles, Mrs Mac’s has zero tolerance to any form of modern slavery in its operations or supply chain. Modern slavery encompasses servitude, forced labour, debt bondage and human trafficking.
All employees, contractors and subcontractors must no engage in any practices of modern slavery or human trafficking.

This includes:
• Using deceptive or coercive practices during recruitment or employment, such as making material misrepresentations about the key terms and conditions of employment.
• Procuring commercial sex acts.
• Destroying, concealing, confiscating or otherwise denying access to any employee’s identity or immigration documents (for example passports or drivers’ licenses);
• Providing or arranging housing that fails to meet host country housing and safety standards.
• Employing any child under the age of 15.
• Using forced labour in the performance of any contract.
• Failing to provide an employee contract, recruitment agreement or other required work document in writing (where one is required by law);
• Using recruiters or suppliers that do not comply with local labour laws; and
• Charging employees recruitment fees.
• Employee conditions must comply with all laws regulating local wages, overtime compensation, and legally mandated benefits

Breaches of this policy

All suspected breaches will be investigated, and appropriate disciplinary and remedial action taken.

Employees who do not strictly comply with this Policy will face disciplinary action, including counselling, formal warnings and dismissal.