Good Faith Not Good Enough In Navigating Global Supply Chain Laws

Despite legislation aimed at preventing labor and other human rights abuses in supply chains taking force in major countries including the United Kingdom, United States, Germany, and France, many companies are struggling to comply. Compliance Week‘s Neil Hodge spoke with Exiger’s Skyler Chi on how compliance with one law doesn’t protect companies from possible sanctions under similar laws in other jurisdiction.


Business is global. Companies need to assume they are strictly liable for any human rights abuses in their supply chains and plan accordingly. There can be no excuse. The technology exists for companies to investigate multiple subtiers—they just need to use it.

Associate Managing Director, Global Head of Commercial Accounts, Exiger

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