Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Judge Group is Dedicated to Embedding a Culture of Belonging Into Everything We Do
Through our internal efforts, we strive to:
- Increase workforce diversity at all levels
- Foster a culture of inclusivity
- Guarantee equal opportunities for all employees
- Promote supplier diversity
What We're Doing
At Judge, we know that everyone deserves to be seen, heard, valued, and respected. We strive to cultivate a community that celebrates our differences.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council
The purpose of the Judge Group Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) Council is to promote our inclusive culture. The Council works closely with senior leadership to ensure our overall business strategy aligns with our DE&I goals.
Employee Resource Groups
Judge’s Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) offer spaces to address diversity and inclusion issues and build connections. Learning from each other helps create an atmosphere where all employees are respected and positioned for success.
The Judge Group is committed to our goal of expanding partnerships with diverse suppliers. Our Diversity Supplier program allows us to partner with over 350 vendors and small businesses to support historically underrepresented organizations.
JP Morgan Chase Gold Supplier
Because of our commitment to supplier diversity, The Judge Group is proud to be recognized as part of the JP Morgan Chase Gold Supplier network. Through this partnership, we set ambitious goals to strengthen our supplier diversity program and commit to increasing spending with diverse suppliers.
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