The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB) assessed three sectors in 2022: food and agricultural products (57 companies), ICT manufacturing (43 companies) and automotive manufacturing (29 companies).

The revised CHRB methodology devotes more attention to companies’ actual performance, with an integrated focus on the types of stakeholder engagement undertaken at the various stages of a business’ operations. New topics such as business model, strategy, risks and recruitment fees have also been included. The assessment resulted in five key findings (KFs).

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