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Thai Union leads in opting for zero recruitment fees policy – a major step towards eliminating potential abuses of labor and human rights welcomed by migrant rights group

28 April 2016, Bangkok, Thailand Darian McBain, Global Director of Sustainable Development Press Release Thai Union Group Public Company Limited (TU), the world’s largest shelf-stable tuna processor and owner of a portfolio of leading global seafood brands, announced today that it will eliminate recruitment fees for all workers in its factories and processing plants, effective… Continue reading Thai Union leads in opting for zero recruitment fees policy – a major step towards eliminating potential abuses of labor and human rights welcomed by migrant rights group

The Business of Human Trafficking

Rallying businesses against trafficking

First published in The Business Times on 18 April 2015 Trafficking can only be combated comprehensively within a broader framework of seeking to eliminate extremely abusive and exploitative practices in general.  By John Gee Last November, Singapore’s Parliament passed the Prevention of Human Trafficking Act. While it contains provisions for the prosecution of traffickers and the… Continue reading Rallying businesses against trafficking