Human Trafficking in Supply Chains

Tracking Your Supply Chain

As a business owner, you might think that there is no way human trafficking could be involved in your supply chain. But how can you be so sure? 

Despite what people may think, human trafficking and forced labor are still very prevalent in today's world. As a business owner, it's especially important to be aware of areas where human trafficking or forced labor could be prevalent in your business. You might know how your supply chains ends, but do you know where it begins?

Check out the infographic to the right for more tips and resources on how to track your supply chain from start to finish. There are a few examples listed of services and websites to use to do so, but there are many other resources that are out there that are sure to fit your business needs. If you are ever suspicious of any activity that may include Human Trafficking, text or call the National Human Trafficking Hotline. Be informed. Take Action. Make a difference. 

Follow this link, for more resources on our PO 323 Human Trafficking class project and to learn more about supply chain management. 


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