*** To continue to support businesses remotely, this workshop has been adapted to recreate the experience of our face-to-face training and is available as an interactive online training session.***
Understand the responsibilities and best practice associated with tackling modern slavery in global supply chains.
Forced labour and labour trafficking are hidden crimes undertaken by exploitative employers, intermediaries and criminal gangs. Many businesses are not equipped to tackle the risk of modern slavery. Supply chain risks are characterised by groups vulnerable to labour exploitation including migrant workers undertaking unskilled or irregular work; young people and unskilled or illiterate workers and displaced people and by the use of third party labour providers for recruitment and employment. Effective strategies to tackle the risk of modern slavery require: a good understanding of where risks lie in the supply chain; an action plan to tackle those risks, remediation policies and effective monitoring and reporting.
Developed and delivered by labour rights experts from the retail sector this one-day participatory course will ensure you are informed and equipped to address forced labour in your supply chains, implement good practice and minimise the risk to your business.
Online sessions: £199(+VAT) per delegate
Face-to-face workshops: £265 (+VAT) per delegate
Attendees should have a good understanding of modern slavery, we recommend attending the ‘Tackling Modern Slavery in UK Business’ workshop first.