Is your business Modern Slavery Act compliant? Many businesses now have a legal responsibility to comply with the Modern Slavery Act, and failure to do so can have profound financial and reputational impact.
Businesses now have ethical, moral and many have legal responsibilities to comply with the Modern Slavery Act. Whether you are a large business or an SME, failure to comply can lead to prosecution, large fines and a substantial loss of reputation.
Smaller businesses that form part of the supply chain will be affected when they are asked to prove that they are a suitable organisation to do business with, and that they have no potential for modern slavery forming part of their processes, or own supply chain.
Prosecutions under the Modern Slavery Act are on-going daily, and ignorance of the law is no excuse or defence.
Our interactive one-day workshop teaches exactly what is required to meet legal requirements and will ensure that businesses have the knowledge to fulfil these. This can be delivered at your premises to minimise your costs and abstractions if required.
Designed by professionals with experience in serious crime investigation, training, policy writing and giving evidence, this day will help to protect your business and to ensure that it accords with law. All delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.
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