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Modern Slavery Statement

Cushman & Wakefield Australia practices zero-tolerance for slavery and human trafficking.

Cushman & Wakefield prohibits all forms of modern slavery, and requires our suppliers to maintain and promote fundamental human rights. 

Employment decisions must be based on free choice without any coerced or prison labour, use of physical punishment, threats of violence or other forms of physical, sexual, psychological, financial or verbal abuse as a method of discipline or control. 

We recognise our responsibility to effect change by engaging in ethical practice throughout our operations, including supply chain procurement and we are proud of the steps we have taken to address modern slavery. 
2020 is our first reporting year under the Australian modern slavery legislation, and this Statement represents the first step in an ongoing supply chain management program designed to effectively identify and address the risks of modern slavery. 

This Statement demonstrates the results of our findings, a summary of the actions Cushman & Wakefield Australia has taken, and is taking, to identify the risks of modern slavery, address and mitigate these risks and assess the effectiveness of those actions. 

We are committed to continuing our efforts to combat modern slavery in future years.

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