Harry Corry Ltd.
Modern Slavery Act Statement 2019/2020



About Harry Corry

Harry Corry Interiors is a family run business which was established by Harry Corry in 1968. The company became Limited in 1977 and for the past 50 years the company has established itself as a leading retailer of home furnishings. We pride ourselves in our extensive range of curtains, bedding, curtain poles, lighting and furniture.

Currently we have 50 retail outlets throughout Northern Ireland, Ireland and Scotland and we now employ over 600 staff. There is a strong people culture at Harry Corry, with a continuous focus on providing an excellent service to our customers, promoting a positive working environment and optimising employee wellbeing. The majority of our products are sourced from China and the global slavery index data states that China has a 50.65% vulnerability to modern slavery.

Buyers are trained on the Company standards; new factories are visited before orders are placed and current factories are continually monitored. If there are any new factories that do not meet an acceptable standard, orders will not be placed with them. In addition, we have agents that place orders and visit factories on our behalf and the agents are required to ensure that the same standards are met. Suppliers are required to provide third party supply chain audit. Eg. Iso/sedex/sgs.



Due Diligence


1.) Employee Handbook


2.) Employee Interaction and Relationship Guide


3.) Recruitment


4.) Whistleblowing


5.) Anti-bribery



Due Diligence in the Supply Chain



Training

All employees will be trained on modern slavery at the beginning of their employment, this will be refreshed every three years, or when any significant changes occur. The requirement for training will be reviewed every year in conjunction with our Morden Slavery statement review.



Our Commitment

At Harry Corry we continue to work towards finding ways of ensuring compliance with all current legislation surrounding modern slavery and welcome all feedback from any stakeholders in relation to the company such as employees, suppliers and customers. This statement marks our commitment to confirm that we will fully assess and adapt our due diligence processes to ensure that modern slavery is not taking place anywhere within our company or the direct supply chain. We also expect our suppliers to have the same approach with their own suppliers.

All directors and senior management in the company are in full support of the actions set out in this statement.



JohnCorry AnneHill WillieCorry
John Corry
Director
Anne Hill
Director
Willie Corry
Director

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