Best Practices for New Supply Chain Talent Strategies
Demand for top talent increases as supply chain volumes and complexity rise, but the supply of that talent is decreasing.
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Demand for top talent increases as supply chain volumes and complexity rise, but the supply of that talent is decreasing. The shortages are in every area of the supply chain, from material handlers to senior executives. And as more Baby Boomers reach retirement age the shortages are likely to increase. Coupled with high turnover in warehouses, managers are trying to find the key to keep the talent they have
and recruit a skilled, engaged workforce.
This report highlights key challenges companies are facing with talent management, as well as best practices for recruiting, training, and retaining a strong warehouse workforce.Download Now!
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