Research by the International Labor Organization estimates that forced labor generates annual profits of $150 billion per year. Among those profiting are corporations, which may purchase products or source materials from companies that disregard basic human rights, use child labor, or have unsafe working conditions.
A major factor in how Americans defined corporate JUSTness involved safe and fair treatment of workers in a company's supply chain. Below are the Components that Americans defined as important in measuring JUST supply chain activity, and how we are measuring corporate performance for each of them. Click on the Components to learn more.