Human rights

TT Electronics is committed to upholding the human rights of our workers and to treating them with dignity and respect as understood by the international community. Our Human Rights Code is contained within the EICC Code of Conduct (see below) and covers all workers including permanent, temporary, migrant, student, contract, direct and indirect.

Modern slavery

As part of our commitment to human rights, we have adopted a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery.

For further information, please read our statement here.

We do not tolerate practices which contravene international standards. Regulatory demands upon us vary considerably around the world, however, we have established a core structure to ensure that Group companies fully comply with legislative and regulatory requirements while permitting them to tailor their approach to particular local needs.

Everyone in TT is responsible for having due regard for human rights. Managers and supervisors must provide leadership that promotes human rights as an equal priority to other business issues. All employees are responsible for ensuring that their own actions do not impair the human rights of others, and are encouraged to bring forward, in confidence, any concerns they may have about human rights.