Corporations are paying for worker abuse audits that are ‘designed to fail’, say insiders
This article from the Guardian can help you understand why social audits tend to be unreliable and ineffective. Based on interviews with professional auditors, it explains how labour abuse along the supply chain can go unreported and unaddressed due to the limited power auditors have and the pressure they face to downplay infractions. It also highlights the broader challenges of the social auditing industry. These firsthand insights will be especially useful to supply chain and sustainability practitioners.
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