Nokia Corp. (Nokia) ranks 13th out of 40 companies. On average, it discloses more information on its forced labor policies and practices than its peers, with particularly strong disclosures for traceability and risk assessment and monitoring but limited disclosure on the theme of recruitment. Notably, the company discloses a supply chain risk assessment which considers aspects such as informal employment, a map highlighting the degree of modern slavery in its sourcing countries, and several examples of concrete steps suppliers have taken to address violations of the company's standards. Further, the company has committed to implement a supplier worker empowerment program by 2020. Additional steps the company could take to address forced labor risks in its supply chains include strengthening its disclosure and practices on the themes of recruitment and worker voice, developing and disclosing a managerial structure with responsibilities for implementing its supply chain policies and engaging with stakeholders on forced labor.
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Commitment and Governance
Traceability and Risk Assessment