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Forced Labour Training Course

Explore Canada's commitment to combating forced and child labour through the legislative framework of Bill S-211. By understanding the intricacies of the bill, employees will be equipped to promote fair and ethical working conditions both within Canada and globally.

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Support Ethical Workplaces Through Forced Labour Compliance Training

Forced and child labour remain pressing issues in the global workforce, demanding immediate and informed action. By engaging with this training, employees will be equipped with the knowledge to recognize and prevent exploitative labour practices, ensuring their workplace is not just compliant with the law but also a beacon of ethical employment practices.

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What Employees Will Learn

Your employees will gain valuable knowledge, skills, and experience to support the strategic goals of your organization.

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The definitions of forced and child labour

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The importance of labour legislation, including Bill S-211

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The penalties and enforcement mechanisms of Bill S-211

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Steps to take for compliance

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The Most Comprehensive online Forced Labour Training

From understanding the definitions of forced and child labour to navigating the complexities of Bill S-211, this course covers everything employees need to champion ethical labour practices.

Chapter 1: Introduction to Forced Labour Training

Chapter 2: A Brief History of Labour Laws in Canada

Chapter 3: Bill S-211

Chapter 4: Forced Labour Penalties and Enforcement

Chapter 5: Steps for Forced Labour Compliance

Chapter 6: Fulfilling Reporting Obligations

Chapter 7: Conclusion to Forced Labour Training

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Why Understanding Forced Labour Legislation Matters

Canadian businesses must understand forced labour laws to comply with ethical standards in the workplace. There are laws like the Modern Slavery Act and some provincial labour laws in Canada that aim to prevent exploitation and protect workers' rights. By familiarizing themselves with these laws, organizations can recognize and address potential forced labour within their supply chains.

Building a Foundation of Ethical Labour Practices

Canada's first supply chain transparency law, implemented on January 1, 2024, aims to combat forced and child labour by mandating government institutions and businesses to report yearly on the preventative actions taken in their supply chains, which should include having policies, assessing risks, and training employees. By promoting transparency and accountability through assessments and stakeholder collaboration, the law reinforces Canada's commitment to human rights and ethical business practices.

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Protect Workers by Understanding Canadian Forced Labour Legislation Today!

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Canada's Response to Forced and Child Labour

It is crucial to address the issues of forced and child labour in the global workforce, not only from a moral perspective but also a legal one. In response to these pressing concerns, Canada has implemented significant legislation to combat illegal labor practices, demonstrating its commitment to promoting fair and just working conditions.

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