International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) demonstrates moderate disclosure of its policies and practices related to mitigating the risk of human trafficking and forced labor in its supply chain, ranking tenth overall on the benchmark. IBM's score is driven by its strong disclosure of policies and standards relevant to human trafficking and forced labor and its robust management accountability and responsibility for this issue. It engages in multi-stakeholder and industry initiatives on the topics of human trafficking and forced labor through its participation in the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC)'s thematic work groups. IBM has an opportunity to improve its benchmark performance, especially in the areas of supply chain workers' recruitment, empowerment, and remedy programs.
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