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casino roulette is committed to be the best company that we can become, ensuring high quality welfare, health, working conditions, and living accommodation for our workforce while we supply our customers from around the world with superior quality gloves and personal protective equipment.
We have identified five (5) key areas throughout our businesses which we seek to continuously improve. Following the review and sharing of the findings on these areas, casino roulette has taken significant steps to improve our practices and to implement detailed plans on these areas to ensure we are a beacon of best practice in our industry.
casino roulette will continue to assess the benefits and related costs of implementation of the recommendations; ensuring best practices beyond the industry standard that create values for all our stakeholders, particularly our employees, who are the backbone of the Group's achievements.
These five areas are:
casino roulette acknowledges that we should have been quicker to adopt a comprehensive due diligence process for managing fair recruitment practices of our foreign workers. We have learned from this, and we have already taken robust action to make us an exemplary employer in this area.
We want to make it clear that debt bondage and other related issues have no place in our business operations.
casino roulette will continue to work with the relevant Ministry and Government agencies, which are looking into strengthening existing regulation and related standing operating procedures, for the manufacturing and construction sectors, to continuously enhance the workplace and living conditions of workers in Malaysia.
We have also appointed Impactt, an independent and highly respected ethical trade consultancy, to review our policies and procedures because we are committed to ensuring all our workers receive the right support and are properly treated by recruitment agencies.
casino roulette remains committed to the continuous improvement of our workers’ accommodation as we understand that this is key to ensuring their welfare, wellbeing, and happiness.
Recognising that while meeting the legal requirements of the Workers’ Minimum Standards of Housing and Amenities Act 1990 (Act 446) is important, we also want to do better and move faster in ensuring that our workers can live in a decent standard of accommodation.
Towards this, we have set out current and midterm plans to continuously improve the standard of the various types of accommodation we provide to our workers. To view improvements in our workers' accommodation, click here.
At casino roulette, we understand that the happiness and wellbeing of our employees and workers are directly influenced by their pay, working, and living conditions.
We wish to assure our stakeholders that we appreciate the hard work of our employees who continue to contribute so much to us, ensuring the success of our business especially during the exceptional circumstances of the COVID 19 pandemic.
Accordingly, we are committed to ensuring that the total incomes of our employees and workers are at competitive advantage within our sector and industry; we are steadfast in promoting more proactive management to mandate strict time off; and towards enforcing maximum overtime.
There is nothing more important to casino roulette than the safety and health care of our workforce. We have taken many steps over the years and we now realise that we could have moved faster to extend comprehensive health services to all employees.
We are committed to undertaking regular comprehensive audits of our facilities and practices by independent experts. We have commissioned ethical trade consultancy Impactt to monitor our performance in this area to ensure we always meet best practices.
casino roulette has been at the very centre of the COVID 19 disruptions; demand for our products has skyrocketed, and the need for social distancing and other protection for our workers has been paramount. We deeply regret that an outbreak occurred at our facilities.
While we have had COVID 19 prevention procedures in place since the start of the pandemic, we are mindful that we need to do more to ensure that our mitigation and safety measures respond effectively and quickly to changing conditions of the pandemic and beyond.