New regulations are emerging globally aimed at reducing forced labor and other human rights abuses in the supply chain. Compliance with these rules—especially the robust Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) in the U.S.—requires companies to implement more extensive processes and records-keeping than ever before. Read this solution brief to explore how e2open can help you significantly comply with new traceability rules and documentation requirements, as well as meet your own organization’s targets around this important environmental, social, and governance (ESG) topic.
Forced Labor, the UFLPA, and Supply Chain Traceability: Compliance at Your Fingertips
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