What’s your talent strategy?
Supply chain managers face a coming shortage of talent. The best should be putting strategies in place now to prepare for the future.
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Latest ResourceIs Your DC Ready for E-commerce Growth? Here’s How to Handle More SKUs and Inventory Turns The rise of e-commerce and multi-channel fulfillment has caused distribution centers (DCs) to experience ever-growing numbers of stock-keeping units (SKUs) and more inventory turns, up to an average of nine in 2015.
As the economy continues to improve, we in supply chain find ourselves once again in the position of searching for talent to replenish our organizations. The problem whether we have the talent pool with the right set of skills for the challenges we face in the market today? According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, logistics jobs are expected to grow by 22% by 2022 or nearly double the rate of all other professions.
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