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A boost to the community - and broader value for business

The Supplier Diversity Initiative was designed to provide innovative approaches to recruiting, developing and increasing our diverse supplier base. Our program includes women, minorities, veterans, disadvantaged, small business, LGBT, disabled, and service-disabled veteran-owned businesses owners who share our mission of providing quality services to their customers. We collaborate with diversity suppliers who share our vision of being the best provider of higher value staffing services and the center for quality employment opportunities.

ManpowerGroup is committed to developing relationships with diversity suppliers to collaborate on the innovative workforce solutions we offer our customers worldwide. Through these collaborative efforts, we can help strengthen the economic wealth of our diverse business communities, which will, in turn, contribute to the overall growth and expansion of our markets. We have provided a database of both approved and sourced diversity suppliers as a tool for you to access suppliers in your state.

The basic components of ManpowerGroup's Supplier Diversity Initiatives are:

  • Outreach - actively seeking diverse suppliers through minority and business development organizations and participation in various trade show activities.
  • Certification - verification of minority or women-owned status through screening processes; Qualification - review and input of selected business criteria and referral to field offices, corporate account representatives, etc. for consideration.
  • Development - review of additional needs of suppliers and exploring ways to provide assistance to them.
  • Utilization - Manpower requires that all M/WBEs be properly certified by a National or Regional Council or government agency. Information on becoming a certified minority owned business can be obtained from any one of the NMSDC's - National Minority Supplier Development Council (39) Regional Councils at nmsdc.org. Information on becoming a certified woman owned business can be obtained from any one of the WBENC's - Women Business Enterprise National Council (14) Regional Councils at wbenc.org. Certification information through the U.S. Small Business Administration can be obtained at sba.gov.

For more information on Manpower's Supplier Diversity Program, please contact us or click here to get started. Information on becoming a certified LGBT owned business can be obtained from https://nglcc.org/

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