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If you have production and manufacturing floor experience, you might consider moving into a management position. If you are interested, it is helpful to know what your advancement options are and what skills you will need. What separates a production line worker from a management-level employee? What are the skills you need to move into manufacturing and production management? These are the questions to ask yourself. The production/manufacturing industry is steady, with plenty of opportunities for advancing a manufacturing career. Here is how you can prepare for a leadership position in the manufacturing and production industry.

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5 Warehouse Staffing Tips to Reduce Turnover

One of the most frustrating elements of staffing for warehouse jobs is high levels of turnover. When warehouse employees leave their jobs, they leave vacancies that can mean late shipments, lost opportunities and unhappy customers. For employers, it means going back to the drawing board to hire replacement employees – a time-consuming and expensive task. Replacing a warehouse worker can cost as much as $8,500, an expense that could be avoided by focusing more on retention.

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Can Over-Communication Improve Workplace Safety?

Communication is vital to achieving a safe working environment for your organization. Although many companies have efforts to reduce the number of work-related accidents, workers are still getting injured due to occupational hazards and illnesses within the workplace. Workplaces with open communication and frequent interactions between employees and supervisors are essential to organizational safety. Over-communicating workplace safety helps to distinguish companies with low accident rates from those with high accident rates. When organizations have open communication, it demonstrates that they are willing to accept feedback and questions from anyone and respond to any safety concerns from employees. Here are some ways your organization can improve the safety communication of your workplace.

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