Lou Cerny Discusses Labor Management Programs with SupplyChainBrain

January 5, 2015 Topics: News

A company's most important assets are its employees, and acquiring and retaining top performing associates is one of the largest factors in cost savings. Companies are finally beginning to recognize the benefits of labor management systems (LMS) in their distribution centers. In this video interview with SupplyChainBrain, Lou Cerny describes the benefits, rates of adoption, and important considerations in implementing a labor management program.

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