Forced Labor in Global Supply Chains

Forced labor in supply chains affects 1 in every 200 people. Understanding the causes and impacts of this problem and training teams to manage associated risks is the ethical course of action for any organization today. 

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    Employees will understand the widespread and ingrained nature of forced labor and learn how to identify and report exploitation in the supply chain, creating a safer workplace for all.

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    The course covers these topics and more:

    • What is Forced Labor?
      • Forced labor as defined by the International Labor Organization (ILO)
      • Child labor
      • Human Trafficking
      • Goods linked to forced labor
      • Factors linked to forced labor
      • Forced labor laws in the US, Australia, Canada, Mexico and UK
    • Identifying and addressing risks
      • ILO indicators of forced labor
      • Vendor inspections
      • Ongoing supply chain due diligence
      • Reporting concerns

    Training to Combat Forced Labor in Supply Chains

    Forced labor is a widespread issue in supply chains, driven by strong competition, low-profit margins, and the demand for cheap labor. This exploitation of vulnerable individuals is a critical concern for organizations worldwide. As businesses become more globalized, the complexity of supply chains increases, making it challenging to monitor and prevent unethical labor practices. This makes it even more crucial for organizations to be proactive in their efforts to combat forced labor and human trafficking.

    Implementing training on forced labor in supply chains is a vital step for any organization. Such training equips employees with the knowledge and skills needed to identify and address forced labor practices. Employees learn about the various forms of forced labor, how to assess risks, spot warning signs, and the importance of supplier vetting and ongoing due diligence. Providing training organizations not only helps to manage the risks associated with forced labor and human trafficking, but it also demonstrates your organization’s commitment to corporate social responsibility. By fostering an ethical, safe, and healthy work environment for all employees, you can protect your company’s reputation, build consumer trust, and contribute to the global fight against forced labor.

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    Forced Labor in Global Supply Chains

    Traliant’s Forced Labor in Global Supply Chains training is a 20-minute course designed for all employees involved in supply chain operations, including those who manage relationships with vendors, suppliers, and partners. The training addresses the worldwide issue of forced labor and educates employees on their critical role in eradicating it, including how to assess risks and spot warning signs. Additionally, the course covers forced labor laws in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, and Australia.

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    The responsibility to address forced labor falls on all employees that touch the supply chain. With the right training, employees can advance an ethical code of conduct that protects those who are exploited as well as your business.

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