BEST: Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking aligns and equips leaders to use the power of business to prevent human trafficking.
BEST Launches Employers Alliance
BEST Employers Alliance Partners have access to detailed BEST Practices, including sample practices by leading employers, a self-assessment tool, vetted policy language, and educational resources.
King 5's Elisa Hahn reports.
"Working with BEST to develop and provide valuable resources for the lodging industry has proven to be extremely valuable to our members, to our association, and to our state. I am proud of WLA's partnership with BEST and I continue to recommend BEST to other lodging associations across the country."
September 29, 2015 - BEST joined King County business leaders and national employers for the launch of the BEST Employers Alliance, the first public-private partnership in the nation to work across industries preventing sex trafficking and sex buying. >more
"Is Sex Trafficking Happening at Your Workplace?" Paula Wissel, KPLU, September 30.
"K5 News: Stop Employees From Shopping For Sex Online." September 29, 2015.
"New Group Targets People who Solicit Sex Online while at Work". Seattle Times. September 29, 2015.
"Most Johns Hire Sex Workers while on the Job." Kiro 7 News. September 29, 2015.