Webinar: Combatting modern day slavery through supply chain transparency

Slavery may seem like a thing of the past but is sadly not absent from the modern world. There are still many examples of human trafficking and exploitation in countries such as Thailand. More often than not, exploited individuals end up ‘paying back’ money earned to traffickers by working in factories and manufacturing plants.

Supply chain management and transparency is therefore imperative for companies to ensure that slavery is not being used in the production chain. Emotive issues such as slavery can cause significant reputational damage to companies. And this is before one considers the moral obligation companies have to combat slavery and human trafficking.

This webinar explores the mechanisms that companies can use to ensure that people are not being exploited at any level of the supply chain.

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