This policy sets out guidance on how our employees can raise concerns about malpractice or wrong-doing at work. It aims to encourage openness so that concerns can be raised internally without fear of repercussions to the employee.
This code sets out Virtusa’s commitment to conducting our business ethically, and the standard of conduct expected of our employees and directors.
This statement is made pursuant to s.54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (“Modern Slavery Act”). This statement sets out that the steps that Virtusa UK Limited , for itself and its affiliated entities has taken, and continues to take, to ensure that modern slavery, including human trafficking, child labour, forced labour, workplace abuse and domestic servitude (“Modern Slavery”) is not taking place within our supply chain or business.
This policy sets out Virtusa’s recruitment policy, including conducting eligibility ‘right to work’ checks for all employees in order to safeguard against human trafficking or forced labour. We conduct job rotations so that no employee is restricted to one particular assignment for a long period of time.
This tax strategy is published in accordance with paragraph 16(2), Schedule 19 of Finance Act 2016
The Supplier Guidelines set out the standards and practices that our suppliers are required to uphold in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and business ethics.
This policy sets out how Virtusa aims to fulfill our responsibility to respect human dignity and rights with regard to our employees, suppliers, clients, and communities. In accordance with our core corporate values of passion, innovation, respect, and leadership (PIRL), we will not tolerate human rights abuses and will not engage or be complicit in any activity that solicits or encourages human rights abuse in our operations or supply chain.
Updated July 1, 2021