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Human Trafficking - The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act


Starting January 1, 2012, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act required that certain large companies disclose to the public the extent of their efforts, if any, to ensure that the goods they sell are not produced by workers who are enslaved, coerced, or otherwise forced into service or who have been the victims of human trafficking.

This training concerns the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act and also provides some suggested practices to help stop human trafficking and slavery in your supply chain. As with other HR Classroom trainings, employers can fully document trainee activity. Your organization's own policy can also be inserted directly into each training, and quiz questions can be created about your policies and procedures.

Course Content Includes:
  • Human trafficking and slavery
  • What businesses are subject to the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
  • Disclosures on the five topic areas defined by the Act
  • Model disclosure practices
  • Verification, Supplier Audits, Certification, Internal Accountability and Training
  • Inadequate disclosures
  • Other California Human Trafficking Laws
  • Federal Human Trafficking Laws
  • How to better respond to the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
  • Improper recruiting and retention of workers
  • Human trafficking indicators
  • Questions to ask
  • Where to get help
  • Your Company Policies, Practices and Procedures on Human Trafficking

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