Human Trafficking Awareness (US)
Human trafficking is a serious crime in which people are treated as commodities and exploited for criminal or financial gain. It is also known as trafficking in persons and is a modern-day form of slavery. It is a crime under state, federal, and international law. It might be hard for some employees to see how human trafficking relates to them and the organization they work for, but it runs deep, and can occur anywhere in a supply chain. Raise awareness and build understanding about human trafficking, who is affected, how to recognize the signs, and what to do if you suspect it. There is also a course on this topic for hotel and motel employees in California.
- Definition of human trafficking
- Myths and misconceptions about human trafficking
- Physical and mental signs of victims involved in human trafficking
- Human trafficking in your supply chain
- Responsibilities in combatting human trafficking
- Reporting human trafficking