Modern day slavery exists in workplaces around the world, and often involves illegal trafficking of people involving deception, coercion or bribery. The victims often find themselves ensnared in debt with no effective legal recourse or social support systems.
The threat not only impacts the victims, but also the organizations that are unknowingly associated through their supply chain practices. Knowing who your suppliers are and how they are conducting business is the first step to eliminating slavery and trafficking exposures within the supply chain. Regulations, such as the UK Modern Slavery Act and the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, require corporate disclosure of supply chain due diligence to ensure organizations are paying attention to the sources of their materials and products.
Join us to learn more about:
- UK Modern Slavery Act and California Transparency in the Supply Chains Act
- Macroeconomic data that correlates with trafficking and slavery
- Utilizing intelligence and predictive modeling methods to identify areas of concern
- Best Practices to ensure supply chain integrity