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Entries in UK Modern Slavery Act (5)

Tuesday
Jul182017

Sarah Altschuller: Due diligence on your labor supply chain

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.

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Thursday
Jun302016

The future of business ethics: Hyper-transparency and other global trends

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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Wednesday
Mar092016

Julie DiMauro: A compliance plan to keep forced labor and human trafficking out of your supply chains

In January, the U.S. Supreme Court decline to consider an appeal by three companies -- Nestle SA, Cargill Inc., and Archer Daniels Midland Co. -- that sought to dismiss a lawsuit alleging they aided and abetted child slave labor on coca plantations in Africa.

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Wednesday
Jan202016

Bill Waite: New efforts to drive slavery (yes, slavery) from modern business

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. 

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Tuesday
Oct202015

Compliance alert: The UK Modern Slavery Act is here

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."

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