How to write your anti-slavery statement - Supply Management
Exotic fruit supplier Minor, Weir & Willis was one of the first companies to produce its supply chain transparency statement ©123RF
Exotic fruit supplier Minor, Weir & Willis was one of the first companies to produce its supply chain transparency statement ©123RF

How to write your anti-slavery statement

posted by Steve Smethurst
12 August 2016

The UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 has left many organisations scratching their heads about what to put in their transparency in supply chains statements. From demanding urgent supplier response to seeking advice from employees on how to improve, here are some examples of the early statements delivered.

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