This statement sets out the steps Capgemini UK plc is taking to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in its organisation 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.
Capgemini UK plc 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.
Our Tax Strategy
Capgemini UK’s tax strategy is positioned within a strong commitment to being a responsible business. The tax function engages with our stakeholders to provide internal education around tax and promote the need to take compliant business decisions. Our UK strategy document details how the tax function does this, and how the strategy is implemented across the UK business.