A CFO case study poses tough ethical and business dilemmas: what do you do when the media and your customers discover one of your suppliers in India employs young girls, but girls who without their jobs would become victims of human trafficking?
March 16, 2012
Reports of dreadful working conditions at FoxConn. Claims that cotton suppliers of Victoria's Secret employ children. A new California law will force more than 3,000 manufacturers and retail chains to report on efforts to keep human trafficking and slave labor out of global supply chains. Read more...
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