Combating Human Trafficking

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:

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

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 or the Department of Defense at or toll free at +1-800-424-9098.