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Six Compelling Reasons Why Fighting Human Trafficking Is a Fit for Atlanta Businesses

February 22, 2016

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It’s a valid question and a question being asked by business professionals throughout Atlanta. “Is fighting human trafficking a fit for business?” Before answering this question, pause to consider the issue. In its most sanitized description, it is Human Trafficking, (trafficking). All of the things that make Atlanta great also make us a prime target […]

HR Policies on Entertainment Expenses

May 9, 2010

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This blog is a supplement to my earlier blog, Five Ways Your Business Can Engage in the Battle Against Sexual Exploitation of Children. Here you will find samples HR policies restricting reimbursements for entertainment expenses that include adult entertainment. 

5 Ways Your Business Can Engage in the Battle Against the Sexual Exploitation of Children

May 9, 2010

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“The average age of child sexual exploitation appears to be 14, but girls as young as 10 & 11 have been exploited.” This startling statement comes from “Hidden in Plain View: 2005 Mayor’s Report.”  There is an outcry today over human trafficking and child exploitation. Religious groups, women’s movements, non-profit organizations and various caring groups […]