At 77 Insaat, we are committed to prevent any type of human trafficking in our business activities. This commitment extends to our partners and third party vendors. 77 Insaat’s policy prohibits the following:
- Engaging workers through the use of force, fraud, coercion, indentured labor, or other violations of human rights
- Procuring a commercial sex act
- Recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for the purpose of a commercial sex act.
77 Insaat Expects its employees and subcontractors to speak up:
Report directly to your manager or our ethics hotline: ethicssuite.com/77construction
77 has its owns internal policy located here. More information about the U.S. Department of Defense’s Combating Trafficking in Persons program can be found at https://ctip.defense.gov/
Rights of Employees and Contracted Labor
- To not pay any recruitment fees for employment with 77 Insaat or one of our subcontractors;
- Hold their own identity or immigration documents, such as passport or driver's license, regardless of the document's issuing authority;
- Receive a written employment contract in a language the employee understands;
- Receive agreed upon wages on time;
- Take lunch and work-breaks;
- Elect to terminate employment at any time;
- Identify grievances without fear of reprisal;
- Have a copy of their employment contract in a language they understand;
- Receive wages that are not below the legal host-country minimum wage;
- Receive return transportation (or cost of it) back to initial place of hire;
- Be notified of their rights, wages, and prohibited activities prior to signing their employment contract;
- If housing is provided, live in housing that meets host-country housing and safety standards.
If you see or suspect human trafficking, you may also contact the Global Human Trafficking Hotline at +1-844-888-FREE or via its email address at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Department of Defense at www.dodig.mil/hotline/ or toll free at +1-800-424-9098.