How to Use
Seratio's Anti-Slavery Software
A Step-by-Step Guide
We have provided a step-by-step guide to explain how to get the most out of your purchase. If this does not answer all of your questions, please see our FAQs page, or get in touch by visiting our Contact page. We are happy to help.
1. Create an Account
There are two ways to create an account: either fill out our Sales Enquiry Form or purchase the Gold Package directly through the website.
In either case, you will be given a user ID and password and will be directed to login to your account at:
2. Your Customer Details
You will need to complete some basic information including your contact details, sector and industry category of your business as seen below.
You will be provided a unique customer ID so that all information that you and your suppliers provide is attributed to you.
The first two images below are show the different fields you will need to complete. The last image shows your navigation panel which is on the left hand side of your dashboard.
3. Customer Payroll
There are two separate pieces of data that you will need to provide in order for Seratio to assess your supply chain:
The first is information on your payroll. You will need to upload your last year's audited accounts in order for us to verify your information and meet our quality guidelines.
Enterprise level customers are also able to enter details of part time workers; this is available as an add-on feature for Standard users. Please contact the Sales team for more information.
4. Customer Sentiment
We provide you with two alternatives to provide your sentikemt analysis of your own employees. If you have an existing policy and survey you can simply enter the answers to three questions.
For more detailed and impartial analysis Seratio provides you with our own online sentiment survey specifially designed for anti-slavery management. You can use this separetely or together with your own survey results.
If selecting your own data you will see an overview of the sentiment results in your customer dashboard as below.
5. Customer Online Sentiment Survey
If you choose to use our survey you will be directed to a web page. You can provide this link to all of your employees to complete the survey.
This information is collected anonymously.
Seratio will then start to measure your anti-slavery risk. If you do not add any suppliers the measurement will be taken against only your data. As your employees or suppliers continue to add their information over a period of time your score will update continuously as your risk is assessed on a live basis.
6. Adding Suppliers
You can add a supplier at any time. You are only limited to the number of suupliers based on your account. Just complete the information as instructed in the example below.
Once this has been completed the supplier will receive an email asking them to complete their information on pay and sentiment. This supplier portal is separate from your dashboard and they will not see any of the results and any other information.
You supplier will receive a unique number in order to identify them and the information that they provide.
7. Supplier Login and Information
The supplier will then complete a similar process adding information on pay and sentiment in their own portal.
If they have wish to use our own sentiment survey they will be sent an email directing them to instruct their employees to complete it.
8. Supplier Sentiment Survey
The survey has ten questions and can be translated into any language. Employees can respond to the survey over a period of time and the data is assessed in a live environment. The supplier will only be able to login using their unique number.
9. Customer Dashboard
All of the suppliers are in the customer dashboard and by selecting one you will be able to see the information that they have submitted and the risk level that they present to your business.
The first imahe shows three suppliers and all are colour coded showing their risk assessment. By clicking on actions you can see a more detailed analysis.
The Customer can see all of the survey answers provided by a supplier as against the questions (not provided in this image). This allows you to see not only the risk of slavery in your supply chain but also the wider sentiment of your employees and those of your suppliers.