Zero100 found that professional services companies are twice as likely to be recognized for their efforts to support LGBTQ+ employees, when compared to producers of physical goods (“makers”). In recognition of Pride, we showcase supply chain companies that stand out in their support of LGBTQ+ colleagues via employee resource groups, health benefits, supplier diversity, and political action.
After a 3-year reprieve on right-to-repair mandates, Industrial Equipment manufacturers are waking up to a cascading set of new laws that could pose new regulatory and compliance obligations. Moreover, many of these new policy frameworks are designed to address products specific to B2C (not B2B). What could possibly go wrong?
Zero100’s latest research report explores how supply chain leaders can map the current power imbalance favoring customer demand, with the intent of building a roadmap to 100% Digital, 0% Carbon supply chains.
Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Thrice is a pattern. Recent unionization efforts in New York require us to examine the wider environment that has set the current stage for a “new labor movement” (and its potential impact on future operations).
Including women in decision making and leadership positions results in better performance for an organization – even for achieving carbon goals. Reflecting on Women’s History Month, we explore the gender pay gap and how to address it.