The International Labor Organization estimates that nearly 21 million people are victims of forced labor worldwide, working in industries ranging from agriculture to electronics manufacturing.
In the future, compliance officers will need to anticipate and respond to a transformation in business ethics. Here are six trends to watch out for.
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Julie DiMauro: A compliance plan to keep forced labor and human trafficking out of your supply chains
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The International Labor Organization (ILO) estimates that 21 million people are in forced labor today. If you’re thinking “not in my backyard,” think again.
If you’re a compliance practitioner seeking to design an anti-corruption program consistent with all laws that apply to your company, you probably recognize the phrase “carries on a business, or part of a business, in any part of the United Kingdom.”