The recruitment of international migrants can result in exploitation and human rights abuses, including modern slavery and forced labour - an infamous example being the 2018 allegations around Malaysian company Top Glove, an NHS supplier. Discover our engagement with Top Glove, as well as recommendations for how companies can mitigate recruitment-related risks within their supply chains.
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