Analysis of modern slavery statements from FTSE 100 companies reveals none have achieved the highest standards of disclosure.
Poor reporting under the Modern Slavery Act is "endemic" among FTSE 100 companies, according to the Business and Human rights Resource Centre.
The comments were made after the centre concluded that none of the 27 FTSE 100 companies that have so far made modern slavery statements have achieved the highest standards of disclosure.
The centre scored companies in ten tiers, according to statements made on their efforts to eliminate slavery from their operations and supply chains. Almost half the companies were scored in the bottom th
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