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New Modern Slavery Act Places Extra Demands on Large Companies

The new Modern Slavery Act 2015 will require companies to report on the steps they are taking to ensure their supply chains are free of slavery.

The UK Government has said that from October 2015, commercial organisations that conduct business in the UK, and have a global turnover of £36 million or more, will be required to publish annually their website a statement of the action they have taken in that financial year to ensure their supply chains are slavery free. Both UK and non-UK entities are affected.

Khurram Shamsee and Ceri Fuller, employment lawyers at DAC Beachcroft, have kindly written this briefing, which outlines the new legislation and sets out what you can do to be ready to comply.

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