Gartner Research

How CSCOs Can Limit Exposure to Forced Labor in the End-to-End Supply Chain

Published: 08 February 2018

ID: G00349008

Analyst(s): John Johnson , Laurel Lippay , Pam Fitzpatrick

Summary

Growing concern about modern slavery and child labor will focus public attention on work practices in end-to-end supply chains. This risk primer will help chief supply chain officers protect their brands with improved procurement and supplier management strategies.

Table Of Contents
  • Impacts

Analysis

Impacts and Recommendations

  • The Aggregation of Regulator, Investor and Consumer Concern About Human Rights Violations in the E2E Supply Chain Intensifies Potentially Costly Risks
  • Without Knowledge of the Company's Risk Exposure and Governance Efforts, CSCOs May Miss Opportunities to Protect Their Brand

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