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This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes our Group’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 30th June 2020.
Our structure, business and supply chains
Aspers UK Holdings Limited (“the Group” or Aspers”) is a leading UK casino operator, The Groups turnover in 2019/20 was in excess of £64m. During the same financial year, the Group had 1000 employees and approximately 1.4m customers visited our casinos..
The Group has four operating casinos:
The Group’s supply chain is comprised primarily of gaming suppliers and food and beverage, sourced principally from the UK and Europe. Further information about the Group can be found on our website at www.aspersgroup.co.uk
The Group is fully supportive of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and is committed to the prevention of modern slavery and human trafficking in all its forms and will not tolerate or condone the abuse of human rights within any part of its business or supply chains.
Our policies in relation to modern slavery and human trafficking
The Group is committed to business integrity, high ethical and moral standards and professionalism in all its activities. ‘Doing the right thing’ forms a central part of Aspers values. In line with these values. The Group has a zero-tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking, which extends to all business dealings and transactions in which it is involved, regardless of location or sector. The Group remains committed to strengthening its practices in this area, both within its own business and across its supply chains.
Modern slavery is a crime and a violation of fundamental human rights. It takes various forms, such as slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labour and human trafficking, all of which have in common the deprivation of a person’s liberty by another in order to exploit them for personal or commercial gain.
The Group expects high standards from all of its contractors, suppliers and other business partners, we expect our suppliers to have appropriate anti-slavery and human trafficking policies and processes and communicate to our key suppliers that we have zero tolerance in regard to these matters. The Group expects that its suppliers will hold their own suppliers accountable to the same high standards for example, as part of its ongoing effort to identify and mitigate risk Aspers has updated the standard procurement contract terms used by its UK businesses to seek to ensure suppliers and, in turn, their suppliers, will comply with all laws, regulations and codes relating to slavery and human trafficking.
The Group is committed to:
Due diligence, specific risks and supplier adherence to Aspers' values
In 2016 Aspers established a Modern slavery working group with representatives from its HR, Compliance and Finance departments. The working group undertakes and internal risk assessment exercise on an annual basis with each division and with the central procurement function to evaluate the Group’s risks and identify best practices, around the prevention of slavery and human trafficking with its supply chains or any part of its business.
Information and training about slavery and human trafficking
To ensure an understanding of the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains and our business, we provide training to relevant employees who are involved in procurement and supplier management processes. All members or our senior management team have been briefed on the subject.
The Group have a comprehensive suite of employee policies which are relevant to our attempts to ensure that there is no modern slavery in any part of our workforce. Our relevant policies include:
Board-level sign off of this statement
The Group recognises the importance of the provision of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the Directors aim to ensure that slavery and human trafficking have no part in the Group’s operations and supply chain. The Group has always been vigilant about employee welfare and aims to be transparent in its practices. The Board welcomes the opportunity to state its firm commitment to a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and human trafficking.
Richard Noble, CEO
19 April 2021
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Aspers (Stratford City) Limited (Aspers Stratford) is part of Aspers UK Holding Limited (AUKH) and operates a Casino at Westfield Stratford City.
Aspers Stratford employs just under 350 people and is reporting on the gender pay gap as AUKH’s only site that falls under the reporting requirements of the Gender Pay Gap Information Regulations.
As part of AUKH, we are proud to be a socially responsible employer and are committed to equality of opportunity for all our employees, providing a safe and comfortable working environment.
This report provides information on the gender pay gaps at Aspers Stratford, looking at the causes for gaps and strategies that are used to narrow gaps.
Our basic data:
(Note: Tronc payments are excluded as they are outside the company’s control.)
As an employer, we are looking at the gender pay gap and various aspects of the gap in keeping with the reporting requirements. We analyse the differences in the average pay between males and females, and the gender breakdown in the different roles employed by Aspers Stratford. The figures set out within the report have been calculated using the methodologies used in the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.
Please note – the latest guidance issued by the UK Government has the potential to significantly impact our calculations as only 35 out of 341 employees comply with the criteria below:
“When to exclude full-pay relevant employees
You must not count any employee as a full-pay relevant employee if they are paid less than their usual basic pay or piecework rate, or none at all, because of being on leave during the pay period in which the snapshot date falls (the relevant pay period). They would still count as relevant employees. Exclude from your list of full-pay relevant employees, those on ‘leave’, and who are receiving less than full pay, including those on:
In line with legal requirements, please see the following Gender Pay Gap analysis for Aspers Stratford:
The mean gender pay gap for the whole economy according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) figures) is 7.9%, while the median gender pay gap for the whole economy is 15%.
We are dissatisfied with our gender pay gap, even though an argument can be made that it compares favourably with the wider economy, and we are committed to doing everything we can to reduce the gap. We are confident that our gender pay gap is not because we pay men and women differently for the same or equivalent work. Instead, our gender pay gap is because men and women work in different roles and those roles have different salaries.
Our mean and median gender bonus gaps appear to be significant at 20% and 28% respectively. However, if we convert these percentages to cash amounts, the actual total cash difference is below £250.
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The impact of the COVID19 pandemic on the business performance of the Company is reflected in the percentage of colleagues receiving bonuses.
|Lower Middle Quartile||66.7%||33.3%|
|Upper Middle Quartile||55.6%||44.4%|
What’s behind the pay gaps?
We actively investigate the reasons for disparities in pay, and how we can close the gap.
The mean at -27% and the median at -20% figures are not representative of the actual employee population and are reflective of a sample size (35 employees) which is merely 10% figure of the entire team of 341 colleagues.
What we are doing to address the gender pay gap
We continue to be mindful of the gender pay gap and actively look at ways to address it through:
I confirm that the information and the data provided in this report are accurate as of 5 April 2021, which is the ‘snapshot’ date.
Date of publication: 11 April 2022
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