Approaching modern slavery regulatory risks

'A unified global approach to modern slavery legislation is some way off, but the trends in what companies must do to stay ahead of regulation and maintaining best practice are clear'

With modern slavery high on the international political agenda, legislation has rapidly caught up and is spreading across the globe. Laws designed to eradicate the practice of people being forced to work in agriculture, in domestic work and in factories, now exist in the UK, the US, France, Australia, Brazil, Nepal, Switzerland and the Netherlands, among others.

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Sonja Duncan