An nGROUP Productivity Study provides insight into current operational performance along with the benefits case for change. The process involves three steps that each have a specific goal to understand your operation better, what your business objectives are, and then describes the changes and opportunities for improvement that will result in improved performance.
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nGROUP helps people manage their workforce better so they can get the operational results they need and spend more time doing what they want. If you have a workforce in a light industrial environment like a Distribution Center or Manufacturing plant and have some challenges managing it that you’d like help with, those are good leading indicators that an introductory conversation is worthwhile.
Topics: nGROUP, performance partners, reduce labor costs, Improving Production Yields, Improve Efficiency, Increase Productivity, Challenge The Status Quo, Operational Support, Great Labor Management, Reduce Cost Per Unit, Cost Per Unit
nGROUP delivers a fixed cost per unit program for clients looking for performance improvements in cost, quality, and throughput in a world-class operation. The program is built on comprehensive engineering studies that evaluate current processes, performance, and design.
A premier global developer, designer, and manufacturer of various kinds of electronic equipment, instruments, and devices for consumer, professional and industrial markets, as well as game consoles and software. The Company's segments include Mobile Communications, Game & Network Services, Imaging Products & Solutions, Home Entertainment & Sound, Devices, Pictures, Music, and Financial Services.
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Good labor-management involves striking the right balance between labor costs, worker health and safety, required output, and product quality. Achieving this balance is a continuous endeavor that’s complicated by the fact that, especially in this tight labor market, employers have to ensure high standards while still attracting and retaining talent.
Topics: warehouse efficiency, performance partners, Labor Management, employee retention, Improving Production Yields, Improve Efficiency, Workforce Management, Workforce Management Tools, Improve Labor Management
In the world of food processing and packing, we spend a great deal of effort focusing on production efficiencies and lowering labor cost per unit to improve profitability. However, fresh food processing presents a number of challenges that requires additional focus on improved product yield.
Incentivizing workers is at the heart of free enterprise. However, in order for a pay for performance program to work in a labor intensive system, certain conditions and variables are necessary to consider when planning an EFFECTIVE incentive pay program.
Topics: performance partners, Labor Management, Uncategorized, reduce labor costs, Labor Cost Solution, Labor Solutions, Improving Production Yields, Manufacturing Management, Improve Efficiency, Increase Productivity
The chart below indicates the actual results that nGROUP produced for a leading electronics manufacturer.
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To protect the apparel retailer that nGroup had the honor of working with, we will not list their name on the blog. But here's the story...
Within one year, productivity increased more than 30% and cost per unit decreased by 17%. Productivity improvements are projected to increase to 100% above baseline with a corresponding cost per unit reduction estimated to be 50% of original costs.