Podcast: Understanding SME engagement with the modern slavery acts
- Centre for International Business at the University of Leeds
In this episode, Professor Hinrich Voss (Leeds University Business School) and Dr Dave Webb (University of Western Australia) discuss modern slavery and how it affects small and medium-sized enterprises (SME), including both Australian and UK legislation.
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