“Supply chains” and “people with disabilities” are two terms that are not commonly used in the same sentence. Now there is growing realization that inclusion in the supply chain can accelerate progress socially and economically.
By Jeremiah Prince
When diversity and inclusion principles came to the forefront, it was with a focus on employees, and fair and equal employment practices. However, the powerful principles of D&I – transparency, equal opportunity and social responsibility – can also apply to supply chains.
In fact, corporate leaders interested in practicing social responsibility have a responsibility to ensure transparency, equal opportunity, ....