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Fortune 500 companies weigh in on Diversity Best Practices study.

Women in Packaging's (Kennesaw, GA) Best Practices Committee met its first challenge and recently began to distribute its Company Diversity Best Practices Evaluation forms.

The answers to this confidential study will be used as a benchmark to ascertain today's business philosophy and determine its support of the advancement of women and diversity in the workplace.

The team of professionals was assembled by Women in Packaging to urge employers to establish concrete diversity policies. The mission and focus of the committee is to lead packaging employers to better diversity practices that ultimately affect their bottom lines.

To participate in this evaluation visit: www.womeninpackaging.org
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Date:Nov 1, 2003
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