Hourly compensated warehouse workers are hurting profits and the bottom line, and most employers are trying to climb out of that hole by digging faster. Chances are, you’re doing the same.
As businesses reopen across the country, there’s a greater need than ever to increase throughput and keep operational costs down. For many companies, the life of their business depends on it. Operations departments are facing increased pressure to find a cost-effective solution that works.
If you aren’t using a third-party unloading service for your shipped goods, you may be missing out on greater revenue, fewer expenses, and higher productivity.
By design, you should pay temporary workers less than your permanent staff. Your permanent employees have worked there longer and they’re more experienced — they deserve to earn more than a temporary worker earns. The question is, how much more should you pay your permanent staff?
The COVID-19 crisis is having a significant impact on our lives and our livelihoods. The North American workforce has been crippled by unprecedented spikes in unemployment in just a few short months. In fact, 20.5 million Americans lost their jobs in April alone. And there’s even speculation that the unemployment rate, the highest since the Great Depression, is actually closer to 25%.