• Labor Management, Supply Chain

    Labor Management

    Improving The Way Your Organization Manages, Monitors And Optimizes Your Workforce Has Never Been More Critical
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Whether your operation has 25 or 1,500 employees, the challenge of an aging workforce, lack of skilled labor, employee retention, escalating benefit costs, tightening regulations and rising customer demands are affecting every manufacturing, distribution, retail and delivery environment.

The good news is that labor productivity improvements can substantially reduce fulfillment cost while increasing throughput and customer service. Better still, these results can be achieved with low risk and at moderate levels of investment that usually provide a return on investment in less than one year.  In fact, labor productivity improvements in the range of 15% to 30% are possible and commonly achieved.

  • Best Practices

    Develop Engineered Standards

    Determine the optimal operating methods and procedures and develop the appropriate performance standards.

  • Labor Management, Supply Chain

    Utilize Labor Management Software

    Ensure that the gains from these initiatives and employee empowerment and satisfaction levels are realized during and after implementation, such as increased employee morale and retention.

  • Labor Management, Supply Chain

    Implement Performance Management

    Considering our client's facility constraints, we develop layouts that provide the optimal material flow leveraging with the appropriate technologies.

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