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Recognizing Human Rights Violations and Human Trafficking
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NEW! Online training courses and tools to help you effectively address human rights and human trafficking in the workplace.
Organizations Face Increased Risks of Association with Human Trafficking.
The number of people exploited in modern slavery and human trafficking is increasing. This increase is due to health problems, job fluctuation, economic instability, food supply problems, extreme weather, and violent conflicts.
What Is Human Trafficking in the Workplace?
Approximately 25 million people are affected by human trafficking globally. This problem exists in almost every industry. All businesses need to be concerned and vigilant. If a company has suppliers, contractors, or recruiting firms in other countries, resulting in increased exposure to human trafficking.
Many companies still have significant problems with deceitful labor practices, withheld pay, extreme and unsafe working conditions, and child labor in their supply chains and business associates. According to a report, Apple has removed 20 manufacturing facilities from its supply chain because of human rights and labor violations.
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Human Sex Trafficking and the Exploitation of Employees’ Human Rights
Human sex trafficking is a related form of trafficking. Human sex trafficking involves sex-related services, including forcing, coercing, or using fraud to pull individuals into prostitution or other forms of sexual exploitation, such as the production of pornography and sex entertainment or other services.
While sex workers can operate of their own volition, many exploited individuals and, therefore, victims of trafficking. In the United States and other countries, anyone involved in sex work under 18 is de facto considered to be a victim. Further, many sex workers have entered the work through false promises, drug dependence, physical restraint, emotional coercion, and abuse that ties the victim to their trafficker. As a result, these workers often cannot control their work, earnings, and movement.
Syntrio Human Rights Course & Training Solutions
At Syntrio, we believe creating a healthy workplace is essential for building a high-performance culture. Successful collaboration leads to greater efficiency, effectiveness, and innovation.
Syntrio’s new human trafficking eLearning series helps organizations recognize and address human trafficking and the widespread of exploitation in the workplace and across the globe. The series includes microlearning and foundational learning courses, which address the surprisingly high rates of trafficking that affect nearly every industry, including farming, food processing, construction, hospitality, retail, product assembly, and manufacturing. This series complements our extensive ethics and compliance library of courses.
Our eLearning Series Will Improve Your Workplace and Combat the Exploitation of People Globally
The surprisingly high rates of human trafficking worldwide affect practically every industry. Types of trafficking, techniques traffickers use against victims, and international laws and initiatives designed to prevent and stop trafficking.
Human Rights Course covering U.S., Global, and Government Contract
For example, Course Series like:
- Human Trafficking Introduction
- Human Trafficking Fundamentals
- Human trafficking Business Context
- Human trafficking in the Supply Chain
Our Course Cover Topics like:
- How businesses looking to exploit workers enable trafficking and how employees can identify the signs of human trafficking, take action, help prevent, and stop these human rights violations.
- Examine the risks of human trafficking in a company’s supply chain.
- What can a company do to prevent human trafficking? Checking suppliers for risks of human trafficking and taking action to stop it is just the beginning.
- Identify the risks businesses face regarding human trafficking, practices used by unscrupulous or careless recruiters that enable trafficking, and ways businesses and their employees can work to prevent and stop trafficking.
- Learn about the types of trafficking, and the techniques traffickers use against victims, and global laws and initiatives designed to prevent and stop trafficking.
- Evaluate suppliers and the responsible action, and prevent human trafficking risk in the business supply chains. What are the signs of human trafficking?
- Explain and recognize the types of trafficking and technique traffickers use against victims.
- Understand the international laws and initiatives designed to prevent and stop trafficking and the businesses that exploit workers contribute to trafficking. Employees can then recognize human rights violations, take action and prevent these crimes.
Courses covering U.S. Human Rights, Global Human Rights, and Government Contract Human Rights.
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