Our Help Wanted Primer articulates the risk to multinational companies of forced labour and resulting debt-bondage caused by labour recruitment, and identifies the places within a company’s sourcing practices where recruiters present a reputational and legal liability.

Use this report to identify the needed changes in corporate practices and ways that brands and their suppliers can take action.

A Fair Hiring Framework for Responsible Business - Verité, 2011 DOWNLOAD

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