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SLAVERY AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING STATEMENT FOR AUTO-SLEEPERS INVESTMENTS AND SUBSIDIARIES FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDED 31ST AUGUST 2017.

This statement is made pursuant to Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Auto-Sleepers Investments (ASI) through its’ subsidiaries is engaged in the manufacture, retailing and servicing of motorhomes and caravans.

By its very nature the supply chain within the automotive sector is a complex one with a number of tiers between the raw material and the end product. All our first tier suppliers are located within the European Union.

ASI is respectful of an individual’s human rights. We set out our policies in this respect through our terms and conditions of employment, health and safety policy and staff handbook.

ASI employs staff solely within the UK and in all instances a “Right to Work” check is undertaken. Any agency workers are recruited through bona fide agencies.

We have undertaken an assessment of the risks surrounding slavery and human trafficking within our own operations within the UK and concluded the risk to be low.
This statement was approved by the Board on 12th February 2018.

G Scott
Chief Executive Officer

GENDER PAY GAP REPORT 2017

Auto-Sleepers Investments presents its’ report for staff employed as at 5th April 2017.

Auto-Sleepers investments operates in the automotive sector both at the manufacturing and retail level. Our business operates for seven days per week. In common with other businesses within our sector it is dominated by male employees and it comes as no surprise that there is a gender pay gap as all senior management are male.

The Board is committed to address the issue of gender imbalance and attract more women to join the business.

Gender Pay Gap

Mean difference         18.8%

Median difference      18.8%

Gender Bonus Gap

Mean difference         67.1%

Median difference      90.1%

Percentage of staff who receive bonus and commissions:

Male                34.3%

Female            25.4%

 

Employees By Pay Quartile:

The Board is confident that where roles are identical within the business staff are paid equal rates of pay irrespective of gender.

G Scott
Chief Executive Officer

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