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Bain and Gray is aware of the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 and believe our business is compliant. We have been advised we do not meet the requirements to report on The Modern Slavery Act 2015, however we are committed to assisting our Clients where required and answer any questions they may need to report. We source our candidates via the Internet and recommendation, from the UK and EU. Training about human trafficking and slavery can be made available to our staff whenever necessary.