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nGROUP Performance Blog

Top 8 Ways to Reduce Labor Costs

Posted by Ryan Cates on Sep 24, 2018 8:29:00 AM

In an industry that’s suffering severe labor supply shortages and unparalleled demand for services be the warehouse that’s growing thanks to smart solutions. Lowering the costs of labor in your warehouse can give you the financial room you need to hire more qualified candidates, decrease your costs per unit, and maximize efficiency in the workplace. You can thrive, not just survive, in today’s economy with these 8 ways to reduce labor costs.

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Topics: training, risk, Lean Manufacturing, Labor Management, employees, Cost, labor shortage, nGROUP, reduce labor costs, labor costs

Finding Growth During a Warehouse Labor Shortage

Posted by David Hair on Sep 18, 2018 8:11:00 AM

The issue of warehouse labor shortage is not new. It has made headlines for the last few years. Back in 2014, the warehouse and distribution center industry suffered a record-low labor shortage – the tightest job market since the year before the recession. The shortage has yet to abate, with warehouses around the country still struggling to fill their staff roster

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Topics: training, risk, Outsourcing, Lean Manufacturing, Labor Management, employees, labor shortage, warehouse efficiency, nGROUP, performance partners, Cost

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

Solve Labor Challenges - The nGROUP Way

Posted by David on Aug 2, 2017 11:58:01 AM

We are all feeling the labor crunch. It’s hard to recruit, train, retain and make progress all at the same time. All of these labor challenges boil down to the fact that we are tasked with developing a rapport AND a system of accountability with the workers that ultimately determine our success. At nGROUP we have taken on such challenges and created a labor model with specific tools and competencies that maintains flexible staffing while delivering the performance and quality that companies seek – with less sweat.

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Topics: Insourcing, Labor Cost Solution, Labor Solutions, employee retention, labor costs, reduce labor costs, training, Outsourcing

Micro Adjustments Translate to Macro Results

Posted by David on Feb 7, 2017 7:58:54 AM
“Pay attention to details. The most important things are often overlooked in the search for things greater than the obvious.” -Anonymous
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Topics: Labor Cost Solution, Labor Solutions, labor costs, reduce labor costs, training, Labor Management, employees, labor shortage, nGROUP

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

Why "Pay for Performance" Incentive Programs Don’t Work

Posted by David on Jul 2, 2014 2:52:11 PM

We've been thought that workers will be more motivated if a financial carrot is dangled.  The increase in productivity will fund the incentives and boost morale.  But most of the time, this doesn’t work.  The individual and corporate goals don't match up and companies cannot measure true individual performance.

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Topics: Human Logistics, Labor Management, Business, Cost, Management Mistakes, Labor Cost Solution, Labor Solutions, Energize Employees, employee retention, labor costs, reduce labor costs, training, performance partners