15 Dec '16, 12pm

Adidas scores highly in forced labour report

Adidas scores highly in forced labour report

LONDON - Adidas has come top of a new report which evaluates efforts by apparel business to protect workers in their supply chains from forced labour. The German sports brand scored 81 out of a possible 100 points in the benchmarking methodology which assessed companies on 22 indicators across the seven themes of commitment and governance; traceability and risk assessment; purchasing practices; recruitment; worker voice; monitoring; and remedy.

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