BFP Podcast

June 17, 2022

Sandra and Aleksandra Lasota (UN IOM) share their leading thinking on how to best support migrant workers; what business need to do to adhere to the new EU directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence; and why training doesn’t need to stop when workers have differing languages or low literacy.

Sandra Granath and Aleksandra Lasota discuss the challenges and opportunities of better supporting migrant workers through great training and learning and also help business better look after their workers’ human rights whilst complying with due diligence requirements.

If you’re in a business employing people from other locations – training and supporting your workers properly across language and cultural barriers is vital. Helping your workers in supply chains that cross borders – essential.

Listen in via link below to hear Aleksandra and Sandra share their leading thinking on how to best support migrant workers; what business need to do to adhere to the new EU directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence; and why training doesn’t need to stop when workers have differing languages or low literacy.

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