The Logistics Manager Index increased by almost a whole percentage point between November and December, with no slowdown in sight! What’s more, barring further court action, OSHA is set to enforce vaccine mandates for large employers early next year. Read more in our December Logistics Market Snapshot. Download the December Logistics Market Snapshot here.
While unemployment rose a bit in December, it’s STILL hard getting the long-term unemployed to return to the workforce. Attracting them may require offering training to help them enter a new field, as well as continuing to raise wages. Our December Jobs Report at a Glance offers more insight. Download the full PDF here.
The Logistics Manager Index increased from 72.2 in October to 72.6 in November. In other words, our industry continues to expand and should continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Our November Logistics Market Snapshot delineates the critical data. Download the full PDF here.
The Logistics Manager Index increased from 72.2 in October to 72.6 in November. In other words, our industry continues to expand and should continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Our November Logistics Market Snapshot delineates the critical data. Download the PDF here.
The average U.S. wage has grown almost 5 percent since November 2020, to a bit more than $21/hour. That’s hefty. Yet fewer people – millions of them – are working now than before the pandemic. And all this was BEFORE the arrival of Omicron. Here’s what else is newsworthy on the jobs front. Descarga el …
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Highly engaged employees tend to be those who have a good deal of their psychological needs met in their lives – what psychologists call the “hierarchy of needs.” As for team members who don’t aren’t engaged? They may not have as great a degree of these needs met in their lives. Download the PDF here.
Asking a client to train contract workers during peak season means your client won’t be able to do their own job. We solved that problem using some of our own top contractors. Result? We won, the client won, AND our contractors won! Download the full PDF here!
The Logistics Manager Index fell slightly in October to 72.2 (down from 73.8 in September). Still, anything above 50 signals an expanding industry with no end in sight. Our Logistics Market Snapshot or October provides a solid overview of the market and what to expect in the next few months. Click here to read the …
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The U.S. economy added 531K jobs in October, showing increased momentum in the job market. What’s more, the October Jobs Report revised September’s job numbers from 194K jobs added to 312K jobs, an “increase” of about 61 percent. Our latest Bureau of Labor Statistics Jobs Report recap discusses the official October report in some detail. …
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Much of the continued surge in job demand can be attributed to the aggressive and unwavering growth of e-commerce which began even before the pandemic but has skyrocketed ever since. As e-commerce sales reach record levels, the labor-intensive processes of picking, packing, and shipping require supply chains to hire more workers. Download full whitepaper here.