Global Responsibility

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Pearson Home Moving is proud to be a member of the United Nations Global Compact. The United Nations Global Compact is an international network of organisations that supports 10 principles; principles vital to all aspects of environmental sustainability, freedom, anti-corruption, human rights.

These principles have been derived from:

You can read in more depth about the United Nations Global Compact here:

In summary:

Pearson Home Moving shall conduct business in a manner that meets or exceeds relevant ethical, legal, commercial and public expectations that society would expect of a business operating in its community.

We shall not offer or receive bribes or other such facilitating payments for the purpose of obtaining or retaining business.

Employees must disclose any conflict of interest regarding their position within the Company and should avoid any outside financial interest that might influence their work, Company decisions or actions.

Payments or offer of benefit of any kind other than those included in standard marketing policies of the Company may not be made to customers or prospective customers as an inducement for them to buy our products.

No employee or officer is permitted to engage in price fixing, bid rigging, allocation of markets or customers, or similar illegal activities. Furthermore, employees are instructed not to discuss the Company's business with customers and customers' business with anyone outside the Company.

These principles are very much in line with the FIDI Charter we must adhere to in order to maintain our FAIM status as one of the World's highest qualified international removal companies.

We contribute voluntarily, to a better society and drive towards a clear environment through our participation in Green Recycling schemes - proceeds of which are returned to the community through donations to local charities. We are very proud to be involved with a local charity: Tamworth Wellbeing Cancer Support Centre

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In accordance with our Health & Safety Policy, we shall provide a healthy and safe working environment and shall provide clean and pleasant working conditions for our staff, with up-to-date equipment and facilities - risk assessments will be carried out on all activities.

We are firmly committed to providing equal opportunity in all aspects of employment and will not tolerate any illegal discrimination or harassment based on race, colour, religion, sex, national origin or any other protected class.

The business of the Company must be conducted in compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations of both the UK and appropriate overseas county. Furthermore, we shall comply with all relevant and applicable local and international labour regulations, treaties, conventions and principles relating to the protection, welfare and health & safety of children.

The Company will not utilise the services of any overseas agent deemed by local or international laws, conventions or regulations to be a child employer in any capacity in any operation under its control.

Claims / complaints received from customers are dealt with in a fair and equitable manner - we take every complaint we receive very seriously and work with our customers to deal with them quickly and in a satisfactory way. Should the complaint arise during the move, the crew are instructed to advise the customer that the matter will be reported to the office so that corrective action can be taken.

We take privacy and security very seriously. Please review our online Privacy Policy or alternatively request a hard copy from our office.

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