This benchmark report provides an overview of the 49 largest information communications and technology (ICT) companies efforts to tackle forced labour in their supply chains.

The benchmark analyses companies’ efforts to prevent workers from being charged recruitment fees and to introduce mechanisms to ensure that, in the cases in which workers were charged, the fees were paid back to them. It also examines companies’ efforts to ensure that workers’ right to organise and bargain collectively for better conditions, which is a crucial safeguard against abuse.

The benchmark can be easily accessed here.

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