diversity and corporate programs

We actively strive to support ethical and diverse business practices, work to be a model organization, and ensure environmental and professional sustainability.

Supplier Diversity

Our best-in-class program supports our clients' commitments to diversity and disadvantaged business partners with 350+ vendors including Minority, Woman-Owned, and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises.

To find out whether your company qualifies as a small business concern and to discover the many benefits of being a certified small business, please visit the Small Business Administration website at www.sba.gov.

If your firm is interested in partnering with Judge as part of the Diversity Supplier Program, please email us at customerservice@judge.com​ with the following information:

  • Name
  • Company
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Preferred Method of Contact
  • Classification
    • Minority owned business enterprise
    • Disadvantaged business enterprise
    • Woman owned business enterprise
  • Government Issued Certificate Number

Anti-Bribery Policy

It is our policy to conduct all of our business in an honest and ethical manner. We take a zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption, and we are committed to acting professionally, fairly and with integrity. In all our relationships and business dealings wherever we operate, we have and enforce effective systems to counter bribery. Acts of bribery or corruption are designed to influence an individual in the performance of their duty and incline them to act in a way that a reasonable person would consider to be dishonest in the circumstances.

Bribery can be defined as offering, promising or giving a financial (or other) advantage to another person with the intention of inducing or rewarding that person to act or for having acted in a way which a reasonable person would consider improper in the circumstances. Corruption is any form of abuse of entrusted power for private gain and may include, but is not limited to, bribery.

Bribes are not always a matter of handing over cash. Gifts, entertainment, and other benefits can be bribes if they are intended to influence a decision.

It is not acceptable for Judge employees (or someone on their behalf) to:

(a) give, promise to give, or offer, a payment, gift, entertainment, or other benefit with the expectation or hope that a business advantage will be received, or to reward a business advantage already given;

(b) give, promise to give, or offer, a payment, gift, entertainment, or other benefit to a government official, agent or representative to "facilitate" or expedite a routine procedure;

(c) accept payment from a third party that you know or suspect is offered with the expectation that it will obtain a business advantage for them;

(d) accept a gift, entertainment, or other benefit from a third party if you know or suspect that it is offered or provided with an expectation that a business advantage will be provided by us in return;

(e) threaten or retaliate against another worker who has refused to commit a bribery offense or who has raised concerns under this policy; or

(f) engage in any activity that might lead to a breach of this policy. Judge employees are encouraged to raise concerns about any issue or suspicion of malpractice at the earliest possible stage, in accordance with this Policy. If you are unsure whether a particular act constitutes bribery or corruption, or if you have any other queries, these should be raised with the Chief Operating Officer of The Judge Group, Inc.

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