Archer Daniels Midland Co. (ADM) provides average disclosure of its policies and practices aimed at addressing human trafficking and forced labor risks in its supply chain, ranking eighth on the benchmark overall. Notably, the company demonstrates leading practices in the area of stakeholder engagement, collaborating with local NGOs, and multi-stakeholder initiatives to address forced labor. ADM has a strong commitment to addressing forced labor and supply chain standards prohibiting forced labor, processes in place to trace its supply chain, and a policy prohibiting recruitment fees. To improve its benchmark performance, the company may consider disclosing its policies concerning its recruitment approach and recruitment audits. As well, the company is encouraged to disclose evidence of how it mitigates the risk of forced labor through its purchasing practices and how it ensures supply chain workers' voices are heard.
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