The UK Modern Slavery Act came into force in 2015. The insight gives an overview of the Act, focusing on the impact on supply chains and the role of procurement and actions required to support the organizations. The document also makes reference to other CIPS guidance and tools, such as the Ethical and Sustainable Procurement Guide and CIPS Ethical Procurement and Supply e-learning course and online test.

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Modern Slavery Act 2015 - Impact on Supply Chains and the role of Procurement and Actions Required to Support the Organisation (CIPS) - Chartered Institute on Procurement and Supply, 2015 DOWNLOAD

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