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Capgemini Australia and New Zealand – Modern Slavery Act Statement 2023  

“Being recognised as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for a decade now illustrates that we strive hard to build a strong ethical culture at Capgemini. We have extra responsibility that comes with our global stature and we take it very seriously. As an employer of choice and a trusted business partner to many organisations across the world, it is critical for us to follow the highest ethical standards in everything we do.’’

Aiman Ezzat, CEO, Capgemini Group 
This Modern Slavery Statement is published by and on behalf of Capgemini Australia Pty Limited CAN 092 284 314 and its wholly-owned subsidiaries in compliance with Australia’s Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth). It describes the steps taken by Capgemini Australia in the financial year ending December 2022 to assess and address modern slavery practices within its operations and supply chains.  

The Capgemini Group’s greatest asset is its people. Since its foundation in 1967, the Capgemini Group has conducted its business on an ethical foundation, encouraging and enabling its employees and suppliers to operate within the same principled framework. 

In 2023 and for the 11th year in a row, Capgemini has been recognized by Ethisphere®, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as one of the 2023 World’s Most Ethical Companies®. 

This is an acknowledgment of our ethical behaviour that makes us an employer of choice and responsible player in the eyes of our clients, shareholders, and the wider community. 

Capgemini has a zero-tolerance approach to bribery, corruption, and human rights abuse. We do not accept that it is necessary for grave human rights abuses such as forced and compulsory labour, slavery, servitude, and human trafficking to be part of today’s modern businesses and supply chains. We are committed to our employees, our clients, and our suppliers to taking appropriate steps to do what we can to eradicate modern slavery in our operations and our supply chains.