The International Labor Organization says Burma has ignored all of its recommendations to combat forced labor in the country.
The group said in a statement Friday that forced labor continues to be widespread throughout Burma, and is often ordered by the army.
It said those found guilty of the practice are often punished through administrative measures rather than with the required criminal penalties.
Burma agreed earlier this year to allow its citizens to complain to the world body about forced labor.
It also allowed an ILO liaison officer into Rangoon to investigate alleged cases of forced labor.
Burma's decision to cooperate with the world body came after much delay, and only after the ILO threatened sanctions and prosecution at the U.N.'s International Court of Justice.