New Report Shows Companies Fall Short in Efforts to Address Forced Labour

17 April 2019
Research Innovation

KnowTheChain released its third benchmarking report of 119 companies in sectors that are at a high risk of forced labour. The report, “Three Sectors, Three Years Later”, shows that a majority of companies have made progress since the first report was published in 2016, but that the average score is still only 33/100, indicating that more work is needed to address forced labour in supply chains.

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