100069 – Human Trafficking Prevention: CA Hotel and Motel Edition
Human Trafficking Prevention: CA Hotel & Motel Edition covers human trafficking as both a global issue and a special concern in the hospitality industry.
The course emphasizes that every employee has a role to play in recognizing potential victims and reporting signs of human trafficking, and in helping to monitor third parties for signs they may be involved in this crime. Learners will be able to identify red flags of human trafficking, particularly those they may encounter in their roles within the hotel or motel. Lastly, this course explains the consequences of noncompliance and teaches employees how to report known or suspected violations of organizational policy or the law.
This course is timed consistent with a 20-minute state timing requirement.
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Key Terms: California | child labor | child sex trafficking | customers | bonded labor | due diligence | forced labor | guests | hospitality | human trafficking | involuntary servitude | labor trafficking | modern slavery | monitoring | non-retaliation | red flags | reporting | sex trafficking | third parties | warning signs