Supplier Diversity

We’re big believers in the powers of diversity (strength, resilience, heart, drive, creativity), and we are committed to working with diverse suppliers as part of our Supplier Diversity program.

An opportunity engine for all people across all communities.

We’re proud to be one of the industry’s largest Certified Diverse Staffing Agencies—and even prouder to run a strong Diverse Supplier Program of our own. We gladly double down on what we believe in and that includes diversity, equity and inclusion.

FAST FACT: 97% of Fortune 500 companies have Supplier Diversity programs.

Integrity’s Supplier Diversity Program & Services.

We pride ourselves on partnering with minority-owned enterprises to support our staffing solutions. In addition, we provide guidance and consultation services to potential diverse suppliers looking to eliminate bias and further develop their businesses.

Diversity Certification Categories & Certification Opportunities.

NGLCC: If you’re a Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual or Transgender owned business, we recommend becoming a Certified LGBT Business Enterprise® through the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce.

WBENC: If you’re woman-owned company, Integrity recommends you get WBE certification through the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.

NMSDC: If you’re minority-owned business, Integrity Staffing recommends you get MBE certification through the National Minority Supplier Development Council.

Veterans: If you’re a veteran-owned or service-disabled veteran-owned business, we suggest contacting the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (USDVA) to verify your status.

Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index.

The Corporate Equality Index is a national benchmarking tool that ranks corporate policies and benefits pertinent to LGBTQ employees. Integrity Staffing is a proud DEI partner to top-ranked firms across this index.

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Featured Suppliers

Robin Mee

Mee Derby & Company

Robin Mee is the founder and president of Mee Derby & Company, the nation’s leading Women-founded and owned, executive search firm specializing in Staffing and Workforce Solutions. Mee Derby is a 10-time winner of the prestigious ClearlyRated Best of Staffing Client Award and widely recognized for connecting great companies with top talent in the Workforce Solutions Ecosystem.

Issues of women and leadership have always been important to Robin. In 2015, she helped form the American Staffing Association (ASA) Women in Leadership Task Force and remains on its leadership committee. This task force addressed issues surrounding gender imbalance in the staffing industry’s executive tiers. Its aim was to provide resources for women to excel as leaders in staffing and to propel a movement in the industry toward empowering workplace solutions. The task force aims to help steer the Women in Leadership Interest Group, which today has hundreds of members.

In 2020, Mee Derby became one of the inaugural sponsors of ASA’s Women in Leadership Interest Group, followed by sponsorship of 2019 Staffing World pre-conference workshops. In May 2020, Women in Leadership launches the first virtual events on the topic of Advancing Women in Staffing.

Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) has recognized Robin five times since the inception of its Global Women Power 150 award in 2015. The Global Power 150 list is not a ranking, but a way to shine a spotlight on women in leadership positions and to recognize the significant contributions and influence of women industry-wide.

Members of the Mee Derby team engage women leaders in more personal ways as well. Our director, Kim Whiteley, is an active ASA volunteer via the ASA Mentoring Program. Kim is mentoring a women leader’s transition into the role of the owner for her Workforce Management business in Akron, OH. Robin is a member of a recently created Lady Leaders Book Club, whose first meeting featured Joyce Russell, president of Adecco Group US Foundation, and her 2020 book “Put a Cherry on Top”.

As an executive search firm, Mee Derby has a unique opportunity to connect, influence, support, and empower all people, but particularly women of the staffing industry. This important and rewarding work is good for the entire staffing industry.

Brian Roman


Based in the Greater Philadelphia area, AdMark360 offers a deep understanding and experience of what is necessary to launch a successful marketing campaign. The LGBT-owned business specializes in three key areas of service: print, promotional and creative. Admark360 currently supplies promotional products and apparel for Integrity Staffing’s locations across the U.S.

Founded in 1997, Admark360 has been built upon a solid foundation of passion for marketing combined with years in the trenches at some of the top marketing companies and advertising agencies in the industry. They serve businesses of all sizes from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.

Admark360’s print management services offer both domestic and international solutions. Solid relationships with their partners garner successful, professional, and cost-effective results for their clients. Whether it’s a business card, direct mail campaign, or a major catalog print run, their experience ensures quality projects, done right.

When it comes to social responsibility, Admark360 understands that its customers face an increasingly discerning group of consumers who want great quality and value and are concerned about how the items are produced. Compliance in the promotional products industry is a key element along with all steps of the supply chain. Through systematic third party inspection, audits, and education, they keep high standards throughout their vendor and manufacturing base.

Admark360 was connected to Integrity Staffing Solutions through the NGLCC affiliated, Independence Business Alliance (IBA), Greater Philadelphia’s LGBT Chamber of Commerce.

We believe Supplier Diversity builds better businesses with bigger hearts–and bottom lines. And that’s good for everyone.