Supply Chain Managers Must Prepare for New Mandatory EU Rules on Human Rights Due Diligence

August 7, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

Our Environment, Land Use & Natural Resources Group details the strides U.S. and European regulators have taken to require companies to track their supply chains to eliminate suppliers and countries that violate human rights and environmental regulations.

- The EU will have legislation by 2021
- The U.S. led the way with the Dodd–Frank Act in 2010
- Businesses can prepare by following UN, OECD, and ILO guidance



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