UK Modern Slavery Act – Transparency Statement


This statement is made on behalf of Salesloft, Inc. and its subsidiaries (“Salesloft”). We are publishing this statement in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 as a demonstration of our commitment to anti-slavery practices and an affirmation of the values we hold and adopt across our business.

Salesloft is dedicated to ensuring that the way we conduct our business reflects our values and our belief that everyone should be treated with dignity and mutual respect in an environment that is free from harassment and discrimination. We are committed to practices that combat modern slavery and human trafficking, and to working with an encouraging any suppliers to uphold the principles in this statement.

Our organizational structure and business

Salesloft helps thousands of the world’s most successful selling teams drive more revenue. The Modern Revenue Workspace™ by Salesloft is the one place for sellers to execute all of their digital selling tasks, communicate with buyers, understand what to do next, and get the coaching and insights they need to win. Salesloft is committed to a set of core values – put customers first, team over self, glass half full, focus on results, bias towards action.

Salesloft is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. We operate and have subsidiaries in Mexico, London and Singapore.

Our employees

We are committed to maintaining a fair and ethical workplace for all our staff, free of bullying, harassment, discrimination and violence. We prohibit the use of all forms of forced labor and any form of human trafficking.

We ensure compliance with all applicable employment legislation relating to employee recruitment and terms and conditions, including obtaining right to work evidence and ensuring that no staff in our global offices are paid less than the applicable national minimum or living wage.

Our supply chains

As a sales engagement software solution, Salesloft does not have an active supply chain of consequence, being limited largely to software, office equipment and supplies. As such, the risk of modern slavery existing within our supply chain is low. Salesloft does, however, remain vigilant and monitors the level of risk involved through any of our supply chains and will take appropriate measures if a higher risk of modern slavery is deemed to exist.

Our policies in relation to slavery and human trafficking

We have implemented policies as part of our commitment to ethical business practices and the abolition of all forms of slavery and human trafficking. We require our employees to conduct business in a way that is fair, ethical and honest and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. We review all of our relevant policies on a regular basis.


We expect all our contractors, suppliers and other business partners to uphold the same high standards of Salesloft, by ensuring all employees and workers are treated with dignity and respect in a fair and ethical environment. We endeavor to review potential areas of risk in relation to our business and where applicable, in respect of suppliers, consider the nature of what is being supplied and the location from where it is being supplied. We will continue to manage any risks identified.

Training/Duty to Report

It is important to us that our employees are aware of the issues surrounding modern slavery and support our values. We intend to work with relevant employees to reinforce any steps that should be taken and to remind them of the channels through which any concerns can be reported.

Specifically, SalesLoft provides a third party reporting hotline for employees to anonymously report any of the following incidents:

  • Fraud
  • Compliance & Ethics
  • HR (Employee relations, abuse, discrimination, harassment, work environment, etc.)
  • Other (anything you’re not comfortable reporting in person)

To anonymously report something, go to: or call 833-480-0010

It is the responsibility of all those working for and/in Salesloft, or under its control, to detect, report and prevent modern slavery from occurring within its business or supply chains. If there are any concerns or suspicious that modern slavery may be present in any part of the business or in supply chains, all are encouraged to report it at the earliest possible stage.

Looking ahead

We will continue to monitor and develop our practices in respect of combatting slavery or human trafficking. Salesloft checks and tests the success of our commitment and works to ensure we meet our expectations.

During the upcoming year, Salesloft will:

  • Continue to manage its activities, and collaborate with key stakeholders – to monitor and enhance its approach to tackling modern slavery;
  • Take a risk-based approach – and review internal policies, instructions, and governance, to ensure alignment with good practice and ease of use.

This statement is given on behalf of Salesloft for the financial year 2023. It sets out the steps taken during the financial year to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking in our business and supply chains.

This statement was approved by the Board of Directors on September 28, 2022 and approved by the Chief Financial Officer. A signed copy of this statement is available upon request.

Chad Gold
Chief Financial Officer