The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB 657) requires
retailers and manufacturers doing business in California to
publicly declare their efforts to train company employees
and management on human trafficking and slavery in
Retailers and manufacturers need a time-efficient, concise and
globally available learning resource for sourcing managers to gain
experience about human trafficking and slavery in supply chains, both for their own corporate social responsibility goals, and to comply with the California law.
This online short course provides foundational knowledge and
skills using scenarios modified from actual business cases.
This University of Delaware and Cahn Group training program offers compelling benefits
||Real-world content, accessible format
||For companies and organizations
- Unique combination of research-based and real-world knowledge to build a fundamental understanding of human trafficking and slavery risks in a supply chain
- Interactive course that can be taken anywhere
- Training tool to address regulatory requirements efficiently and affordably
- Company-specific, landing page for easy access to the course for employees
- Report listing when employees finish the course
- Access to customized training or consulting as a follow-on
This is a joint course offered by the University of Delaware and the
Cahn Group, LLC, a corporate responsibility consultancy. Course
creators and instructors are Marsha Dickson, Ph.D., a leading authority
on corporate responsibility in supply chains, and Doug Cahn,
a 20-year veteran of corporate responsibility programs. More...
How to enroll
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