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Does the statement describe training for staff that is specifically geared towards detecting signs of slavery or trafficking?
Training provided - not specified
Procurement / purchasing, Recruitment / H
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Continued training and education of our employees via the RBH online learning platform on the potential risks, and how to deal with them (if they were to arise) as a way of limiting and preventing those risks from occurring"

 

"Ensured that the training knowledge is embedded into the hotels by supporting the introduction of monthly targets of completion and the online learning platform automatically requiring employees to refresh their learning on this topic every two years"

Isabel Charny.....2019-04-03 11:36:45 UTC

Training is important for raising awareness and understanding the importance of modern slavery issues. It helps employees and suppliers identify the risks of modern slavery, and how to address such risks if they find them. Training can be targeted at specific groups of employees, especially those working in procurement, those who deal with supply chains or recruitment, or are in leadership positions. The training can be in any form (face-to-face or online) but should explicitly address modern slavery.

For further information on training please refer to the Home Office Guidance on pp. 37.


Methodology

Does the company provide training specifically to address modern slavery and human trafficking? This training can take place as a standalone course on modern slavery, or be embedded in a wider training programme on supply chains or human rights. It can cover many different groups- procurement specialists, and those who work in recruitment or in leadership positions.

***Please select as many examples of training as apply.***

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  3. whether or not it is mandatory for the target group.

If the business indicates it is developing a training programme, or plans to implement one in the future, please indicate “In Development” and please include a comment if the company is planning on including elements of modern slavery to existing trainings, or developing training specific to modern slavery and human trafficking.

Please select "No" if no training is described in the statement.

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