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Labor Management

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By Admin · July 18, 2017
Demand for top talent increases as supply chain volumes and complexity rise, but the supply of that talent is decreasing.
By Bridget McCrea · July 12, 2017
Labor management systems have started to expand beyond engineered standards by integrating machine learning and other capabilities that further enhance their position in the supply chain software stable.
By Michael A. Meyer · July 5, 2017
Supply chain executives agree that future supply chain performance will rely to a great extent on talent. A continual focus on improving the current workforce and attracting new talent must be the new mandate for supply chain executives.
By Tim Engstrom, Jeremy Shaw, Sabrina Ajanee, Geoff Edwards · July 5, 2017
Outside the standard supply chain labor pool, people with disabilities have already proven themselves, typically raising the performance levels of all around them. The HOPE Handbook: A Guide for Disability Hiring offers a manageable framework for adding these overlooked resources to your workforce.
By Haydon Keitner · June 16, 2017
People who are responsible for managing their company’s vendor, supplier and service provider relationships should routinely review their company’s commercial contracts.
By MMH Staff · May 31, 2017
Career and technical education act to align programs to needs of the regional, state, and local labor market while supporting effective collaboration between secondary and postsecondary institutions and employers.
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Program to accelerate soldiers' transition to civilian careers in precision machining and industrial technology.
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Though it might seem cost-effective in the beginning, hiring the wrong contractors could turn out to be extremely expensive in the long run.
By Patrick Burnson · February 28, 2017
When Logistics Management provides readers with its 33rd annual “Salary Survey” in April the focus will again be on regional trends and generational demographics. But the role of women in logistics will also be top of mind.
By Roberto Michel · January 16, 2017
With labor costs and complexities rising in the face of omni-channel fulfillment, the combination of slotting and labor management system functions are helping drive better efficiencies.
By Bobby Burg and Arun Kochar · January 12, 2017
Southern Glazer’s supply chain transformation did not happen overnight. Instead, it’s been a series of steps over the past decade involving everything from automation to S&OP. This is how they did it.
By Patrick Burnson · September 13, 2016
A recent survey done by one prominent search firm indicates that demand for supply chain professionals in manufacturing and retail have “gone through the roof.”

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