Practical resources to help companies comply with growing legal obligations and operate more transparently and responsibly.
The ILO Helpdesk for Business provides companies with guidance on how to better align their business operations with international standards. This section answers FAQs on forced labour and supply chains.
This course is designed to help supply chain professionals better understand and address risks of human trafficking and slavery. It uses modified versions of real business cases to build knowledge and skills.
This course is designed to help companies better understand the importance of human rights. It is comprised of five modules that offer guidance on how to integrate the principles of the Global Compact into everyday business.
Two webinars focused on good practice in grievance mechanisms for business and human rights. This resource provides recordings of two webinars focused on good practice in grievance mechanisms for business and human rights. They feature speakers from leading mining and energy companies.
This toolkit provides companies with information and guidance on how to address forced and child labor in supply chains, covering assessments, training, remediation, reporting and other key steps.
This guide provides practical advice for companies on how and why to develop a policy on human rights, including the key steps involved, components and paths to implementation.
This resource provides valuable normative and implementation guidance on addressing labor and human rights for companies and stakeholders linked to palm oil supply chains.
This report provides guiding principles for companies required to comply with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act and identifies key steps they can take to better prevent human trafficking in their supply chains.
This resource provides guidance to companies on the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, suggesting implementation of a comprehensive human rights framework.
This policy brief examines the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act and argues that best practice must go beyond the letter of the law to effectively address risks of trafficking and forced labor in the global economy.