Beyond the UFLPA: Complying with Forced Labor Regulations for Global Companies

08/29/23 2 minute read

As forced labor becomes an increasingly high-profile compliance challenge for multinational corporations, compliance teams are working to meet regulatory requirements not only for the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA), but also for sister regulations like the Canadian Modern Slavery Act, German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, EU Forced Labor Ban, and others.

In this webinar, a panel of compliance professionals and legal experts will offer best practices for navigating the growing patchwork of forced labor legislation across the globe, highlighting:

  • Noteworthy regulatory provisions
  • Resources for staying up-to-date on regulatory changes
  • Methods of updating compliance frameworks efficiently and effectively
  • Supply chain risk mapping strategies

Watch this webinar aired on September 13th at 11:00am EDT to learn how multinational compliance teams are managing forced labor risk in their global supply chains.

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