Fighting exploitation in the New Zealand supply chain

Businesses are being warned of financial penalties and potential damage to their brand reputation if they are not doing enough to fight against migrant exploitation in their supply chain.

Of the 600 investigations completed by the Labour Inspectorate in the year ending June 2019, 64% involved migrant exploitation. Ignorance is no defence.

Lynn Freeman from Radio New Zealand's Nine To Noon interviewed Tania Donaldson from Employment New Zealand (MBIE), Sarah Baddeley from MartinJenkins, and Mark Devadason from the Mekong Club about how businesses can protect themselves.

Fighting exploitation in the New Zealand supply chain — Radio New Zealand (external link)