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The opioid crisis is challenging companies looking for temporary workers. Here are some tips to manage hiring during the holiday surge.
More money expected in warehouse labor's holiday stockings, staffing firm survey finds
Employers may pay holiday premiums as high as $2 an hour to get, keep warehouse talent, EmployBridge finds.
Say it with me: Machines are our friends
While many workers fear losing their jobs to automation, those fears—at least in the supply chain—are largely unfounded.
Four management strategies for retaining labor
Studies show that DCs with the lowest turnover rates tend to follow the same four management principles. But they sometimes stumble in the execution.
XPO puts "differently abled" employees to work
Transport and logistics giant launches pilot program in Pennsylvania.
ABF hits Teamsters memo over pension concerns; says workers will be protected
Union leader speaks for small group of ABF Teamsters, underplays health of pension fund and impact of company's contributions, carrier says.
Mobile TV helps fleet hold onto drivers
Oklahoma carrier credits in-cab satellite TV with boosting recruitment and retention.
Logistics careers are "driving satisfaction"
The workdays can be long and the technology a bit behind the times, but logistics and supply chain management is still a satisfying career, said respondents to our 15th annual Salary Survey.
Reading, writing, and really big trucks
California high school launches truck-driving course.
Safety first: Interview with J. Scott Bicksler
Keeping people safe has been the focus of Scott Bicksler's career, first in the U.S. Army and now with a national temporary staffing agency.

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