Modern slavery: Lifting the lid on Pandora’s box

posted by Sarah Kerrigan
29 July 2016

New and emerging modern slavery laws present a serious dilemma for business.

If companies fail to say exactly what they’re doing to eradicate modern slavery from their supply chains, they may be accused of not being committed to tackling labour exploitation. But if, on the other hand, they disclose the risks they know about, companies may actually increase, rather than decrease, their legal and reputational risks.

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