How to Set the Pace for 2023
Supply chain organizations are facing a host of challenges for 2023. The scarcity of materials and products, severe talent shortages, and advancing digital technologies are curveballs many manufacturing and logistic companies are struggling to hit. Here’s a few questions you may be mulling over:
If you’re a leader in your company, how do you know if you’re offering a competitive salary to current employees amid these challenges?
If you are a current professional in these sectors, how do you ensure your compensation matches your skills and experience?
Empower yourself to make informed decisions for your business and career for 2023.
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Professional Guidance to Set You on the Right Track
You’re in luck. We’ve created an in-depth salary guide to tackle these very questions. Along with research on the hard salary figures, we examine the ins and outs of market trends in both manufacturing and logistics. Here’s a glimpse of what we’ll cover:
- U.S. manufacturing is forecasted to have over 2.1 million unfilled jobs by 2030. Companies are feeling the pressure to innovate. What are your competitors doing to ensure the future success of their organizations?
- Faster production, efficient shipping, and timely deliveries are constant conversations in the logistics world. Add to that the impact of the pandemic, trade disputes, labor shortages, global conflict, and fuel costs, what steps should leaders take in light of all these factors?
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