Five Practices Damaging Operational Performance in Today’s Supply Chain
Facing shrinking profit margins, capacity concerns, and rising customer expectations, logistics organizations need to provide better service at a lower cost.
The Future of Work in Distribution
The logistics and distribution industry is undergoing a digital transformation that is optimizing employee engagement and operational efficiencies.
3 Strategies to Stay Ahead of Critical Trucking Challenges
Gain insight into top people-related challenges facing the trucking industry and steps you can take to stay one step ahead of them.
Bring ELD Data to life for Strategic Business Insights
Discover the value of integrating ELD data with labor management reporting to gain more complete visibility into labor operations.
Improving Workforce Engagement in a Modern Distribution Organization
Meet productivity goals in a tight labor market, distribution centers can utilize technology to engage and retain employees and optimize labor costs.
7 Tips for Recruiting, Hiring, and Retaining Seasonal Staff
From holiday shopping to summer vacation to back to school, industries are challenged to source, recruit, hire, and manage a productive seasonal workforce.
Making the Case for Gaining Visibility into Your Workforce
As competition for quality talent heats up, technology provides the perfect solution for all industries to gain high levels of visibility into workforces.
Employee Engagement Your Last (and Best) Source of Competitive Differentiation
There’s a lot of talk today about employee engagement. Conferences are swollen by earnest discussions of how to address and manage millennials and Generation Y while also satisfying the needs of older staff.
The Overtime Lie
John Frehse, Sr Managing Director, Ankura Consulting Group, LLC explores the adverse costs of idle time and explains how overtime can be used as a powerful tool for companies to manage variable and seasonal demand.
Gaining Flexibility and Agility in the Workforce
Having successfully leveraged automation to achieve new levels of operational efficiency, logistics companies are now turning to technology to better understand and optimize their most valuable resource: their employees.