Is the behaviour of retailers damaging the procurement and supply profession?

Rebecca Ellinor Tyler is former editor of Supply Management
20 January 2015

Procurement and supply in retail often makes the headlines - and not always for the right reasons.

Working conditions for staff in garment and electronics factories and the ‘bullying’ of supermarket suppliers are among the criticisms often levelled at this sector. However, supply chains of some retail companies are among the best in the world and fierce market competition means innovation, creativity and tight turnaround times are key.

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