Unilever plc (Unilever), the fifth largest consumer goods company in the world, ranks 5 out of 60 companies. Since 2020, the company improved on the themes of Commitment & Governance, Traceability & Risk Assessment, and Recruitment: disclosing an updated supplier code of conduct, which requires suppliers to cascade the standards of the policy to their own suppliers as a mandatory requirement and includes payment of a living wage as a future requirement; new impact assessments on Brazil and the US; and stronger information on how the company is ensuring the implementation of the Employer Pays Principle in its supply chains. However, the company did not improve across other themes. The company performed particularly poorly on the themes of Purchasing Practices and Remedy. As such, the company’s rank has dropped by 3 places. Notably, the company is the highest-scoring company on the indicator of Management & Accountability, and is among only four companies to score 100 on the Risk Assessment indicator. KnowTheChain identified one allegation of forced labour in the company’s supply chains. However, the company neither discloses engagement with affected stakeholders, nor remedy outcomes for workers. The company is encouraged to improve its performance and disclosure on the themes of Purchasing Practices, Worker Voice, and Remedy.