Human Rights Policy, Equality and Diversity Statement

Clock House Farm is committed to developing an organisational culture which implements a policy of support for internationally recognised human rights and seeks to avoid complicity in human rights abuses.

Clock House Farm seeks to identify, assess and manage human rights impacts within our business in line with the following policy aims


Whether full time or temporary seasonal workers we respect the human rights of our employees, including non-discrimination, prohibition of child and forced labour, and freedom of association and the right to engage in collective bargaining. Clock House Farm when selecting candidates for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of their aptitude and ability.

Clock House commitments:

  • To create an environment in which individual differences and the contributions of all team members are recognised and valued.
  • To create a working environment that promotes dignity and respect for everyone.
  • To not tolerate any form of intimidation, bullying, or harassment and to discipline those that breach this policy.
  • To make training, development and progression opportunities available to all staff.
  • To encourage anyone who feels they have been subject to discrimination to raise their concerns so we can apply sound business measures.
  • To encourage employees to treat everyone with dignity and respect.
  • To regularly review all our employment practices and procedures so that fairness is maintained at all times.

Suppliers and Contractors

To evaluate and select suppliers and contractors, taking into consideration Clock House Farm’s Human Rights and Social Policies.  To ensure as far as feasible there is no child, forced, trafficked or slave labour in the CHF value chain.

Local Communities

To respect the cultures, customs and values of the people in communities in which we operate.  To contribute within the scope of our capabilities, to promote the fulfillment of human rights through improving economic, environmental and social conditions and serve as a positive influence in communities in which we operate.  To participate in community engagement activities.  To ensure the provision of security is consistent with international standards of best practice.


To participate where appropriate in public affairs in a non-partisan and responsible way to promote internationally recognised human rights.  To play a positive role, within our spheres of influence, in capacity-building for the realisation of human rights.  To promote the realisation of environmental sustainability and development throughout our business.  To uphold the highest standards in business ethics and integrity and where appropriate to support efforts of national and international authorities to establish and enforce such standards for all businesses.

Clock House Farms equality and diversity policy is fully supported by senior management and has been agreed with our employee representatives.  Our policy will be monitored and reviewed annually to ensure that equality and diversity is continually promoted in the workplace.


Oli Pascall
Managing Director
April 2021

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