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Form.com Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 

Learn what WorldAPP is doing to prevent human trafficking within our organization.

Form.com Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 

Form.com, a WorldAPP company, is committed to social responsibility and to the equitable and humane treatment of people in its employment. We have a zero-tolerance attitude to modern slavery and human trafficking, and we are dedicated to ethical and transparent business dealings. This statement outlines the steps Form.com has taken to ensure slavery and human trafficking do not take place in any part of its business. 

Organizational structure and areas of exposure 

Form.com has operations in the UK, USA, and Ukraine. Form.com’s own business operations are primarily composed of office-based professionals, and we are exposed to virtually no areas facing a high risk of modern slavery, such as those in construction and agriculture. Even so, we are committed to ensuring the health, safety, and welfare of our people regardless of their geographical location. 

Our zero-tolerance policy 

We believe that modern slavery and human trafficking are fundamental violations of human rights. Form.com is committed to preventing such abhorrent practices within our own operations, and we require our business partners to do the same. Form.com’s hiring practices, partnerships, and customer relationships are all contingent upon our zero-tolerance policy toward modern slavery and human trafficking. 

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