It’s 2019 – Social Media is Essential to Recruiting Top Candidates

Top Supply Chain Talent | April 17th, 2019

Social media has become ubiquitous and it’s had an impact on everything from local news to presidential politics. Given their reach, platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook allow recruiters the opportunity to connect with a much broader range of candidate than they could without them. Furthermore, social media is a great… Read More

A Penny For Your Thoughts… And Supply Chain Value

Supply Chain Trends, Top Supply Chain Talent | June 16th, 2018

The supply chain industry demands that people who work in it are continuously providing value through their skills and experience. The industry puts a premium on using skills to minimize costs and provide the most value possible to clients. That being said, some skills provide more value than others. Below… Read More

Want to Save Money in 2017? Don’t Make a Bad Hire!

Client Resources, Top Supply Chain Talent | December 16th, 2016

For obvious reasons, most companies focus the majority of their attention on increasing revenue. However, one of the least complicated, and often disregarded, ways a company can lose revenue is by making bad hires. Poor hiring decisions are like a hidden tax on your company. Obviously, they cost a business… Read More

What Do You Need to Develop Supply Chain Talent?

Client Resources, Top Supply Chain Talent | February 5th, 2016

Those working in the supply chain and adjacent fields know: There just isn’t enough good talent out there. A lack of interest from millennials combined with a “graying” workforce means shipping departments and warehouse operators are scrambling more than ever for good employees. In order to compensate for the lack… Read More

How Do You Overcome the Supply Chain Leadership Gap? Develop Your Own Leaders

Professional Growth, Top Supply Chain Talent | October 13th, 2015

The supply chain industry is seeing a gap in the available candidates to take over leadership positions, and this means companies may be forced to develop their own supply chain decision makers through in-house training. As is so often the case, educational institutions have not kept pace with the corporate… Read More

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