breaking the human trafficking supply chain

May 4, 2015 Steve Shepherd

Do you have a clear plan to monitor your recruitment and labour supply chain to ensure you are not unwittingly involved in human trafficking and forced labour?  In this insightful look at preventing the use of forced labour, you'll learn:

  • How your organization may be at risk of unwittingly employing forced labour 
  • The applicable regulations governing fair labor practices
  • How you can get started to ensure a compliant supply chain

Download this comprehensive look at breaking the human trafficking supply chain to learn more about compliant labour practices in Asia Pacific. 

Download here.

About the Author

Steve Shepherd

With over 26 years of experience, Steve Shepherd is an employment market analyst and a thought leader in the employment and HR services industry. He is Group Director of Public Affairs, Asia Pacific with Randstad, a Global Fortune 1000 company and one of the world’s largest recruitment and HR services providers. He works actively to promote the role private employment agents play across the region in employment creation, economic growth, and providing access to decent jobs for workers.

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