The Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC) recently published an article with content by Johnson Stephens Consulting Principal Sandy Stephens.
Excerpts from the full article as published in the January – February 2015 WERCSheet…
“Labor management systems (LMS) facilitate continuous improvement, analytical staffing, team motivation and employee recognition on a daily basis,” explains Sandy Stephens, principal, Johnson Stephens Consulting, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.
Stephens adds, “LMS provides immediate results when best practices and analytical staffing are implemented. Expect a 10 percent improvement of effectiveness in the first three months.”
“While technology, practices, processes, tools and systems each promise improvement for today’s distribution and fulfillment centers, you can gain the benefits from all of these in one solution: the LMS,” according to Stephens.
Please click the link below to read the complete article:
Plan for Labor Management Systems
WERC members can see more of this article at WERC
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