The old adage can equally apply to procurement’s relationships with key suppliers – especially in the era of the extended supply chain when unexpected supplier actions or practices can cause problems – ought to be common sense.
Despite widespread public support for tackling climate change and the risk it presents to global supply chains, a new study has found that US businesses are ignoring the issue that could end up costing them.
We rightly celebrate examples of high ethical standards in procurement and supply chain and rightly criticize apparent lack of such standards as well. There is plenty to celebrate today, but unfortunately also plenty to criticize.
I’m all for transparency and for treating suppliers fairly by not forcing them to wait for long periods of time for payment. But I have to admit, that it’s an area where government shouldn’t be involved.
PROCUREMENT MANAGING CONSULTANTS – LEADING FTSE 100 MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY – LONDON/MIDLANDS/NORTH - £70k to £120k PACKAGE
An extremely exciting opportunity is available for a number of procurement professionals with outstanding academics and a tra ...
STRATEGIC SOURCING OPPORTUNITIES – MULTIPLE SALARY TIERS - £20K -£50K – FINANCIAL SERVICES MAJOR – MILTON KEYNES
This household Financial Services conglomerate has opted to centralise it's EMEA procurement hub to its UK Headquarters in Milton Keynes. ...
Tap into the global talent network with Procurement Leaders’ own jobs board and careers service “People in Procurement.”
Sigaria accepts no responsibility for advice or information contained on this site although every effort is made to ensure its accuracy. Users are advised to seek independent advice from qualified persons before acting upon any such information.