Warner Norcross & Judd has been committed to promoting diversity and a racism-free workplace for many years. The Firm's efforts have, in the past, focused on the recruiting and retention of women and minorities and the training of our personnel to become tolerant and inclusive. It is with great excitement that the Firm now expands its efforts to include suppliers.
Warner Norcross & Judd is committed to expanding business opportunities in the communities that we serve and to having a supply chain that reflects those communities. To that end, we are seeking to expand our business relationships with diverse suppliers, including minority- and women-owned business enterprises that share our commitment to provide the best service and value to our clients.
Our Expectations of Vendors
Our commitment to our clients is to provide them the best possible client service at a competitive price. We expect that our vendors will commit themselves to helping us fulfilling that commitment. Our vendors must be able to meet our critical deadlines, while providing the highest quality of customer service and competitive pricing.
Warner Norcross & Judd maintains a database that we use to identify suppliers for potential procurement opportunities. If your company delivers high quality products or services and wishes to be considered to help meet our procurement needs, please complete the online supplier registration form.
Warner Norcross & Judd recognizes certification of minority-owned and women-owned businesses from the following organizations:
For minority- or women-owned businesses, any issuing city or state agency;
For minority-owned businesses, the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) or any regional council; and
For women-owned businesses, the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) or any of its partner organizations.
Warner Norcross & Judd defines -
A minority-owned business as a company that is at least 51 percent owned, managed and controlled by one or more minority persons who are U.S. citizens. In this context, a minority person is an African-American, Hispanic American, Native American or Asian/Indian American.
A women-owned business as a company that is at least 51 percent owned, managed and controlled by one or more women who are U.S. citizens.
For additional information about our Supplier Diversity Program, e-mail us at SupplierDiversity@wnj.com.