Interact has provided practice-based learning for over 21 years. Interact’s unique methodology delivers highly effective learning and development programmes. Interact’s team consists of 11 full-time staff and is supported by a team of over 1600 creative associates. Interact provides free training to this pool of associates to develop their skills in feedback, coaching and facilitation.
Our policies in relation to slavery and human trafficking
Interact is committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chain or in any part of our business. The organisation’s Anti-slavery and Human Trafficking Policy reflects our commitment to ethical business practices and to implementing and enforcing controls to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place.
Adherence to our values and ethics
When contracting with any supplier, Interact requires compliance with all of its policies, including the specific prohibitions against the used of forced, compulsory or trafficked labour, or anyone held in servitude (both adults and children). The organisation ensures that these suppliers hold their own suppliers to the same standards. Any failure to meet Interact’s standard is considered a breach of contract and may result in the termination of our relationship with a provider.
Interact’s continued commitment
All members of staff are given an induction to Interact’s Anti-slavery policy, which is reviewed on an annual basis.
Interact recognises the importance of continual monitoring of business practices to ensure there is full commitment to its Anti-slavery and human trafficking policy.
Updated 1st January 2017