In recent years, the international labour recruitment industry and its accompanying human rights risks have become a focal point of concern for companies with global supply chains.

This “Best Practice Guidance on Ethical Recruitment of  Migrant Workers” from the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility highlights the progress companies have made on these fronts that may serve as models for companies looking to implement ethical recruitment policies and contribute driving change at the recruitment agency level.

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