Why small business needs to be at the table on modern slavery

Australia will shortly introduce modern slavery legislation compelling businesses to address slavery in their systems. These six points broadly set out why SMEs must be at the table on addressing modern slavery.
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Just one thing

It’s not always about grand ethical gestures. It’s about doing that ‘one thing’ that makes a difference. And in that ‘one thing’ we discover how, across cultural differences, we share so much in our values and behaviours.
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China’s role in a changing world

As the world order we know changes around us, China seems poised to take over the United States’ mantle as the preeminent global power…with all the unpalatable realities of global hegemony
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Playing catchup:

Australia’s corporate corruption oversight

As more Australian companies operate in locations
where they are vulnerable to corrupt practice, Australia’s corporate corruption oversight
has not kept up.

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13 things I’ve learnt about Tasmania

‘Tassie’ is a place to watch. Australia’s smallest and most southerly state has been making deep impressions in global markets as the flag bearer of Australia’s ‘clean and green’ image. So it’s a good time to find out more about Tasmania and…

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Japan’s cultural attributes can help address economic and social challenges

Despite a ‘perfect storm’ of demographic, economic and geopolitical challenges, Japan is capable of finding solutions by being culturally true to itself.

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