Top Warehouse Certifications to Increase Appeal

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Certifications are extra titles you can earn that make you more marketable. As a warehouse worker, you’d be surprised how many you have to choose from. When you’re certified in something, it shows employers you know more than the average worker, which makes you eligible for more (and possibly better) jobs. Top warehouse certifications for…

An Outline of the Perfect Candidate for a Customer Service Representative Position

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When it’s time to hire, you want to make the best choices for your company. Nothing can set you back quite like the wrong candidate matches, disruption to your team and subsequent turnover (and rehiring). You can avoid all this and improve your choices when you focus on tops qualities of a customer service rep…

Tips on Getting Past the Phone Interview Stage

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If you have recently submitted an application, a phone interview may be included in your hiring process. This type of interview can be more impersonal than a face-to-face interview, so you’ll need to adjust how you handle it. But by following a few key tips, you can give your best-ever interview and impress the hiring…

Improving Warehouse Efficiency through Staffing

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The more efficient your warehouse, the more profitable your business. With a well-organized warehouse and straight-forward fulfillment process, you can quickly fill customers’ orders, ship and have merchandise in their hands. Remember: these are the days of two-day shipping. Your customers except speed and accuracy, and if you’re unable to deliver, you may find your…

A Guide to Enhancing Your Onboarding Process

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The steps you take to onboard new employees helps with a seamless transition into your company. They’ll start out strong from the very beginning, paving the way for successful job performance. In fact, an effective and efficient onboarding process leads to job satisfaction, reduced turnover and increased productivity, which can only help you. So it…

Tips on Improving Retention in Manufacturing

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In the manufacturing industry, employee turnover can be high. But there’s value in long-term hires. They know the ins and outs of the company, they’re seasoned experts, so their work is high-quality and efficient. Plus, they can help train new employees, and they’re a smart choice for internal promotion when you’re looking for supervisors and…

Creating a More Sustainable Supply Chain

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Our world runs on industry, and supply chains are responsible for moving products and materials between manufacturers, vendor and consumers. This entire process uses a lot of energy and materials. To help reduce the carbon footprint and protect the planet, it’s important that supply chains are more sustainable and eco-friendlier. Eco-friendly tips to make your…

Three Benefits to Working in a Light Industrial Role

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Looking for a new job? What about trying something in the light industrial field? You may not realize it, but light industrial jobs offer a few significant advantages. Even if you don’t see yourself spending time as a light industrial worker for the long-term, a light industrial job will help you gain skills you can…

Preparing for the Interview: How Much You Should Know About the Company

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Got an upcoming interview? You can take a few steps to put yourself at the front of the running! How?  It’s very important to learn a little something about the company before the interview day. It shows you really want to work there when you take the time to learn what’s going on!   The…

Warehouse Trends Over the Next Three Years

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Consumers are shifting more towards online ordering, and that means warehouses are in increased demand. The ability to store inventory, and fulfill orders quickly and accurately is the central focus of any warehouse. Since many warehouses still use manual processes for much of the fulfillment process, a greater focus on technology will be emerging in the upcoming…