The warehousing industry is having a human resources problem. It is competing with an expanding Amazon, often struggling to improve efficiencies and suffering high turnover in its workforce. Current training resources are not quick and effective enough to bridge the gap between experienced workers and new hands quickly.
Every firm relies on efficiency. If every department of your company is well-organized, your company’s total productivity will skyrocket. When it comes to warehouse management, the foundation you lay will influence how well your business runs in the long run.
Employee up skilling for an automated warehouse Logistics is being upended by the fourth industrial revolution. Here’s how to prepare your workers for working in an automated warehouse.
There’s an old saying we’ve all heard that relates to being an inventor or an innovator: “Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door.”
It’s nice to think so. But what you’re never told is to make sure beforehand that mousetraps are what are really wanted. If it turns out what people in fact wanted was fly paper, you are going to have problems.