Syntrio launches impactful new eLearning series to prevent human trafficking
Modern formations fight the widespread exploitation of vulnerable people around the world
— Tom O’Keefe, President and CEO, Syntrio
DEERFIELD, IL, USA, July 5, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Syntrio, a global leader in governance, risk, compliance and human resource solutions helping more than 6,000 organizations improve the workplace , announced the release of a new e-learning series to prevent the exploitation of vulnerable people around the world.
Organizations face an increased risk of association with human trafficking. This pervasive and widespread crime, also known as modern slavery, involves the exploitation of vulnerable people. The risk group is increasing due to pandemic-related health issues and job instability, global economic uncertainty, food supply chain issues, extreme weather conditions and armed conflict.
With an estimated 25 million victims of human trafficking worldwide in almost every industry, businesses have an interest in being concerned and vigilant, and those with suppliers, contractors and recruitment agencies in other countries are increasingly exposed.
Syntrio’s new human trafficking e-learning series complements its extensive ethics and compliance library and helps organizations recognize and address human trafficking in the workplace and globally entire. The series includes micro-learning and basic learning courses that address surprisingly high rates of traffic that affect nearly every industry, including agriculture, food processing, construction, hospitality, retail retail, product assembly and manufacturing.
“Deceptive labor practices, wage deductions, extreme and unsafe working conditions, child labor and sex trafficking remain persistent issues within the supply chains of many companies,” said Jason Lunday, director learning at Syntrio. “This modern e-learning series was created to combat the widespread exploitation of people around the world.”
Syntrio’s hard-hitting new series explains the types of trafficking and techniques used against victims, as well as global laws and initiatives designed to prevent and stop trafficking. The series sheds light on the risks businesses face from human trafficking, the practices used by unscrupulous or negligent businesses, and the significant efforts that can be made to prevent it from happening in chains. services and supplies.
Here are the course titles included in each of the three new Global Series, United States Series and US Contractor Series:
– Basic principles of human trafficking
– Trafficking in human beings: introduction
– Trafficking in human beings: the commercial context
– Human trafficking: the supply chain
“Our view is that a civil and respectful workplace is an essential part of creating a better world where everyone is valued,” said Thomas O’Keefe, President and CEO of Syntrio. “Syntrio is fortunate to have the opportunity to prevent the exploitation of vulnerable people around the world.”
Visit syntrio.com for more information on human trafficking and other valuable industry resources.
Syntrio is a global leader in governance, risk, compliance and human resources solutions that helps more than 6,000 organizations improve the workplace – one organization, one culture, one person at a time. Syntrio’s simple, affordable and innovative solutions include a robust employee experience platform, a reporting hotline and case management system, and more than 1,000 online courses on employment law and harassment, ethics and compliance, diversity and inclusion, health and safety, business skills and cybersecurity. For more information, visit syntrio.com.
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