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It should come as no surprise that 2020 peak season was different from any other. And for many in the manufacturing, production, fulfillment and retail sectors, “unprecedented” doesn’t even cut it.
Because of COVID-19, the 2020 peak season is shaping up to be much different than it’s ever been. Businesses are having to pivot to meet shifting demands while ensuring the safety of their staff.
With analysis from their Stafftrack tool, which tracks job openings across the country, leading staffing firms Staff Management | SMX and SIMOS Solutions identified the top supply chain jobs open
As leading providers in the staffing space, we conducted a study to get an understanding of current pressures and how businesses are navigating peak this year. Download our full research report
For retailers, peak season 2020 will most likely turn out to be an interesting one. Here are 5 insights for retailers from our survey.
Preparing for peak means you can hit the ground running without delays or problems. Use this evaluation to get your operation ready for peak season this year.
While operations are trying to keep their workers safe, they are also faced with the annual problem of preparing for peak. We spoke with Harold Baro, SIMOS’s Senior VP, to get his expertise.
If done incorrectly, returns processing can be an expensive and difficult business. But handling returns does not have to be a burden on your operation. Learn 5 ways to quickly improve your process.
Being prepared for peak season is a critical part of any manufacturing, fulfillment, reverse logistics or distribution-based business. Use this evaluation to get your operation ready for peak season
This year’s peak season will be anything but “business as usual,” as COVID-19 adds complications to an already stressful time for many industries.
Getting an early start on hiring for peak season is always a good business move. Starting early allows you adequate time to determine your staffing needs and find and hire the right employees.
Lean Six Sigma is a method of process improvement for operational excellence. It’s designed to remove waste and inefficiency and improve working conditions in order to achieve your operational goals
Being prepared for peak season is a critical part of any manufacturing, fulfillment, reverse logistics or distribution-based business. Use this evaluation to reflect how your peak season went.
The madness of holiday shopping may be over, but post-peak can be just as chaotic if you aren’t prepared. Here are 3 things to consider in your post-peak season.
Peak season is a stressful time for many in the manufacturing, distribution and fulfillment sectors. With timelines significantly shortened and expectations high, staffing your operations is critical.