Will October shape up to be a trick or treat labor market? UKG is watching for signs that workforce activity declines may be accelerating
UKG breaks down the complex network of supply chain challenges impacting manufacturers, 3PLs, and retailers around the world.
The disruption of supply chains has sent shock waves through almost every industry it touches. During the 2022 MODEX Expo, three people-related challenges brought to light from the MHI Annual Industry Report stood out for logistics industry leaders to focus on during these unpredictable times.
How will your organization #BreakTheBias and commit to women’s equality?
The 2021 holiday season may have come and gone, but the headache of supply chain issues remain. The impact that this past holiday season left on the industry was significant, ultimately resulting in widespread product shortages and delayed deliveries. Learn how you can support your industry and employees right now, so you are prepared for the next holiday season.
Recruitment and retention strategies are key to closing the gap for the truck driver shortage, which could double by 2030 if left unaddressed.
As we’re closing in on year two of the COVID-19 pandemic, you’ve likely heard the term “The Great Resignation” by now. But what exactly is it, and why has it hit certain industries so hard?
Day by day, do you know where your employees are working? UKG has solutions to manage your workforce – wherever they may be.
Studies suggest that in just the first six months of the pandemic, digital transformation accelerated by five to ten years — so what does that mean for the future of the logistics and distribution industry? We’ve seen both the challenges and opportunities brought on by COVID-19 and are learning in real-time how organizations can prepare for more change ahead.
By definition, these “remote” types of field/distributed workers are just that – physically “distant”, geographically “dispersed”, “isolated”, and “apart”. Sure, they spend the majority of their time on the road servicing accounts or operating in a model that lacks a central office or corporate headquarters. But that shouldn’t mean that critical communications have to suffer.