[Video] Worker Protections Drive Global Supply Chain Regulations

by Maureen Perroni, on June 10, 2016

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While there are many global regulations in place to protect consumers from faulty products, there has also been a more recent push to make the global supply chain safer for workers.

Demand for country of origin information and full disclosure regarding local labor practices place new importance on enterprise labeling.

For instance, in 2010 California adopted the Transparency in Supply Chains Act, requiring global companies to do more to show their efforts to stop slave labor and human trafficking along their supply chains. In the years since, this law has been followed by new U.S. and European standards that require further disclosures.

Global regulation continues to change, and businesses need an Enterprise Labeling Solution that can help them stay up to date on legal disclosure requirements. Loftware provides a centralized system that can standardize labeling and achieve regulatory compliance. Thanks for watching!

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