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nGROUP Performance Blog

Improve Warehouse Efficiency with a Different Approach

Posted by David Hair on Sep 11, 2018 7:13:00 AM

The standards you maintain in your organization’s warehouse can determine its productivity levels and the overall costs of operation. A streamlined, efficient, and productive warehouse can result in savings on a cost-per-unit basis. More warehouse efficiency = faster production = more production = more money out the door. Your approach to warehouse management can make all the difference in productivity. Use this article to revolutionize systems at your business, improve warehouse efficiency, and achieve long-term warehouse optimization.

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Topics: Lean Manufacturing, Labor Management, Human Logistics, Cost, Business, performance partners, warehouse efficiency, nGROUP, risk

Improving Warehouse Labor Productivity: Work Smarter

Posted by David Hair on Aug 27, 2018 1:56:00 PM

If warehouse labor productivity is a question mark at your corporation, you could be losing money. It is paramount to stay on top of your warehouse’s performance measurements at all times, continually searching for inefficiencies and opportunities for improvement. Otherwise, productivity could be slipping through the cracks…as could your profits. Learn how to make your warehouse operations leaner through data-backed strategies with help from nGROUP.

 

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Topics: training, risk, Lean Manufacturing, Labor Management, Human Logistics, employees, Business, Cost, performance partners, warehouse efficiency, nGROUP

Energize Bottom Line Results by Energizing Employees

Posted by David on Feb 27, 2018 8:04:40 PM

We’ve all heard the saying, “attitude is everything.”

“There are only three measurements that tell you nearly everything you need to know about your organization’s performance: employee engagement, customer satisfaction, and cash flow.  It goes without saying that no company, small or large, can win over the long run without energized employees who believe in the mission and understand how to achieve it.”  - Jack Welch

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Topics: Labor Management, Business, Energize Employees, employee retention, reduce labor costs, training, Human Logistics, labor shortage, nGROUP

New Year, New Energy: Positive Change Requires Positive Energy

Posted by David on Jan 24, 2017 9:36:30 AM
Are you heading into the new year with new challenges and aggressive corporate objectives? If so, you have probably completed detailed research, developed strategies, and lead countless meetings in preparation to facilitate change in your labor-intensive operations. But have you given thought to how you are going to create the energy necessary for change to truly take place - not just on paper - but in the minds and habits of your workforce? In other words, positive and lasting change requires positive and lasting energy to be accepted and adopted at an individual level.
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Topics: Human Logistics, Labor Management, Outsourcing, Business, Process Analysis, Analysis, Energize Employees, performance partners

A True Win-Win: Blue Collar Productivity

Posted by Ryan Cates on Sep 9, 2016 10:58:29 PM
Creating an effective incentive program for blue collar labor can lead to improved service levels, reduced labor cost, happier well-paid employees and greater profits. The key word is effective.
 
Incentive Pay
 
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Topics: Labor Management, Business, Workforce Management, Increase Productivity, Improve Efficiency, Employee Impact, Labor Cost Solution, Labor Solutions, reduce labor costs, Human Logistics

Alternative Solutions to Corporations Seeking Labor Compliance

Posted by David on May 3, 2015 10:30:05 PM

With the majority of the “Obamacare” Affordable Care Act (ACA), mandates going into effect in 2014, executives and human resource professionals across the country are scratching their heads trying to figure out the best strategy for labor compliance and cost improvements. nGROUP Performance Partners, a national on-site outsourcing provider, is answering their call with a business model that offers solutions in both critical areas.

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Topics: Human Logistics, Labor Management, Business, Cost, Improve Labor Management, Labor Cost Solution, reduce labor costs, labor shortage, nGROUP

Revisiting The Talent Myth

Posted by Ryan Cates on Dec 15, 2014 2:38:46 PM

One of my favorite themes in Malcolm Gladwell’s work is his perspective on talent. Several of his books and essays focus on how we identify talent, how it develops and what it is. The concepts are worth revisiting as I see a lot of essays, blogs, and articles focused on the theme of how to find and engage the “best talent”.

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Topics: Human Logistics, Business, Improve Labor Management, Workforce Management, Employee Impact, Management Impact, Labor Management

A Better Culture On The Production Floor

Posted by Ryan Cates on Nov 12, 2014 6:43:48 PM

Years ago I worked with two 3PL’s that had cross-docking operations in the Southeastern US.  On paper, the businesses were strikingly similar. Both supported big box retailers with highly manual processes. They had dramatic fluctuations in volume and frequent interruptions to production planning due to upstream supply chain issues. The companies paid market competitive, but relatively meager wages, and had a workforce primarily made up of minorities.

However, their cultures were as different as night and day. So, what made these two similar operations so different?

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Topics: Human Logistics, Business, Workforce Management, 3PL, Increase Productivity, Employee Impact, Energize Employees, Labor Management

Making Meetings Worth It

Posted by David on Oct 3, 2014 3:37:16 PM

By David Cook

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Topics: Human Logistics, Business, Management Mistakes, Energize Employees, employee retention, Labor Management, employees

Should We Train Our Employees?

Posted by David on Sep 12, 2014 12:43:21 PM
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Topics: employees, Human Logistics, training, Business, Labor Management, Management Mistakes