Did you know that labor trafficking happens everywhere? As one type of human trafficking, labor trafficking uses force, fraud and coercion to solicit victims right in your community. Workers can be housed in apartments and transferred to work locations in groups. Apartments can also be used by traffickers as temporary locations in the process of moving victims from one location to another. In this webinar, industry experts discuss the specifics of labor trafficking, how to spot red flags and how to report possible labor trafficking situations.
Explore what labor trafficking is and how it applies to property management.
Discuss ways to spot red flags within your apartment communities.
Learn how to report possible situations.
Sr. Director, Content,
Orlando Hub Leader,
Director of Training + Talent Development,
Royal American Management
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