Organizations working across differing regulatory frameworks are increasingly being confronted with mandated Modern Slavery and Human Rights reporting obligations, with increasing jurisdictions implementing mandated reporting requirements. While each jurisdiction’s regulation is unique, there are commonalities as governments across the world look to address the significant and growing modern slavery threat.
Ethixbase360, in collaboration with global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, has released the latest version of our Modern Slavery & Human Rights solution. The new enhancements are focused on supporting companies with recent Canadian reporting obligations under Canada Bill S-211, in addition to existing capabilities upholding requirements for Germany’s Supply Chain Due Diligence Act and Australia’s Modern Slavery Act.
Watch this On Demand webinar to learn how our solution has evolved to help you maintain global reporting requirements. Explore:
– The latest enhancements to the Ethixbase360 Modern Slavery Supply Chain Risk Assessment Questionnaire
– Updates in functionality to support multiple jurisdictions, including aiding in first reports prior to the May 31 deadline in Canada
– Best practices in performing risk assessment across your supply chain