Whilst Mojo Soup does not have a formal policy on Human Rights, we support the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights:
• Principle 1 – Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights; and
• Principle 2 – make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses.
We would support, where possible, the remediation of any adverse human rights impacts of our company through our normal governing practices at the discretion of the Mojo Soup leadership team.
Some evidence of areas that we support:
• Labour rights – We utilise a standard employee agreement for all our full-time staff which adopts fair employment practices and includes the full suite of employee entitlements in accordance with relevant law. Any sub-contractors are also engaged under a standard independent contractors’ agreement which is reviewed externally and kept up-to-date with contemporary practices.
• Right to life, security of person and health – We have a Safety Management Plan, developed in conjunction with an external HR provider, that covers our compliance with current WHS legislation and is aligned (where practical) with the requirements of AS4801, to protect the security of our personnel.
• Right to housing and an adequate standard of living – We operate in the Brisbane and Sydney CBD as a professional services company and aim to employ local resources where practical, and also give consideration to the impact of our business on the local area.