Modern Slavery Statement

Our Modern Slavery Statement


This is the Harvey McQueen Limited modern slavery statement.

Harvey McQueen was founded by Janet Taylor in 2004 to provide a range of recruitment related services to both individuals and organisations across the UK. Harvey McQueen is still owned by Janet Taylor playing an active role in the business and it is committed to the following values:

1. We are Fair, Open and Honest;
2. We Take Ownership; and
3. We Work Together

These values are directly relevant to the issues associated with eradicating the evil of modern slavery and Harvey McQueen is committed to developing and improving its processes to combat slavery and human trafficking.


Harvey McQueen works from a head office location and provides a wide range of recruitment related services, through a national network of on line services. Harvey McQueen have adapted to the modern day living and working culture where it delivers its services to work seekers and employers across the country.

Supply chains

Harvey McQueen’s priority is the management of labour in its supply chains, including formal programmes of supplier audits designed to ensure that suppliers are operating ethically and within the scope of UK law. Job Adverts:

Harvey McQueen has identified the prevention of fake or misleading job adverts as a priority to manage risk effectively.
Harvey McQueen carries out due diligence on all new customers and continued monitoring of existing customers who wish to utilise our services.

Policies and due diligence processes for preventing slavery and human trafficking

Harvey McQueen is committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in its supply chains or in any part of its business. Harvey McQueen’s Modern Slavery Policy reflects this commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in all its business relationships.

It also reflects the commitment to implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place anywhere in Harvey McQueen’s’ supply chains.

The policy implements processes to identify, monitor and mitigate risk areas, as well as encouraging reporting and protecting whistleblowers. These processes are implemented and monitored by individuals working in Harvey McQueen’s Compliance, Legal and Human Resources teams.


To ensure a high level of understanding of the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in its supply chains, Harvey McQueen has included a training module on modern slavery and human trafficking, completion of which has been made mandatory for all appropriate employees. This training is available to our client companies.

Effectiveness in combating slavery and human trafficking Harvey McQueen keeps its policies and processes under frequent review to ensure compliance with the law and best practice. to ensure that its effectiveness in eliminating slavery and human trafficking is regularly and consistently tested with escalation routes clearly identified.

Modern slavery prevention aims Harvey Mcqueen will:

1) continue to improve training and awareness by developing and tailoring eLearn and other educational content.
2) continue to develop and implement a Group risk framework which includes monitoring and evaluating modern slavery as a risk across Harvey McQueen as the company continues to grow.
3) conduct regular audits of high-risk areas, with periodic reviews to ensure effectiveness at identifying, monitoring and combating modern slavery risk.

Any concerns about this statement or modern slavery can be raised with Harvey McQueen by emailing: This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes Harvey McQueens modern slavery statement for the financial year ending in 2022.

This statement has been agreed by the Directors on 1st February 2022.

Jemma Sutton – Compliance Officer