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Harassment or just being a jerk? Tips to help managers recognize, prevent, and address issues

While workplace regulations — even post-#MeToo and in employee-friendly states like California — do a lot to protect employees, there are no regulations against being a jerk. It is frustrating, but there are...

source: By Catherine Iste
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What do item characteristics, pick velocity and Feng Shui have to do with materials storage? Steve Murray...

source: WERC

Register today for WERC2020 and save hundreds with our early registration rates! These special, low prices...

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WERC helps to connect and inspire women in supply chain roles! The Women @ WERC program at our annual...

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The United States Department of Justice charged China’s Huawei for racketeering and stealing trade secrets, as well as China’s People’s Liberation Army with computer fraud, wire fraud and espionage for hacking...

source: Forbes

The report suggests supply chain managers consider placing manufacturing capabilities closer to customers — whether that entails shifting production to a lower cost country in Asia, investing in operations in Mexico or the less...

source: Supply Chain Dive

Subcontractors are a main contractors’ biggest asset, but also their biggest risk. “Fundamentally, a main contractor will live or die by the success of their subcontractors,” observed Zurich’s Andy Chisholm. He is right. Main contractors have little...

source: Global Construction Review


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