Modern Slavery Statement

Introduction
Wellcare Nursing Services recognises the importance of preventing Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking. We will do everything needful to tackle any such activity within our business or supply chains through which it functions. Forced labour, servitude, slavery, and many are different forms in which modern slavery is involved. Wellcare Nursing Services, as a recognised staffing service in the country, takes complete responsibility for the careful supply of staff and endevaours to prevent any chances of being targeted by unlicensed agents or traffickers. Our own processes around candidate engagement ensure our employees are alert to the signs of exploitation, allowing us to take the necessary actions promptly and effectively.

This statement focuses on Wellcare Nursing Services’ commitment to the Modern Slavery Act 2015, in preventing slavery and human trafficking, and ensuring that the organisations supply chains are free from any form of modern slavery.

Our Business
Wellcare Nursing Services is a healthcare staffing agency in the UK, serving in Bristol North Somerset and the South-West of England. We enable organisations to connect with dependable talents from across the nation.

Our Policies
Wellcare Nursing Services maintains transparency in all its recruitment and placement procedures. We expect our suppliers to strictly adhere to the Supplier Code of Conduct, which refers to the Modern Slavery Act 2015. This involves the rights of audit to help us address any unethical practices followed if any, and recognising, respecting, and protecting the human rights of the employees of the suppliers, business partners, or communities. Any supplier who is found to be non-compliant to these policies will be terminated from any further dealings with us.

Declaration
This statement is prepared in accordance with Section 54 of Modern Slavery Act 2015. Also, constitutes Wellcare Nursing Service’s slavery and human trafficking statement in respect of its 2020 financial year.