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Hilary Kane

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Importance of Training Your Workforce

Posted by Hilary Kane on November 27, 2013

Importance of Training Your Workforce

As a logistics company, are you aware of the benefits you can reap by investing in training for your workforce?

There is the obvious – material handling equipment training, extensive safety and equipment training in order to operate daily.  There is also the basic company history, policies and procedures training offered to new hires.  

But what about on-going, skills development training?  

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Topics: Logistics Labor Management

Becoming a "Best Places to Work" Company

Posted by Hilary Kane on August 16, 2013

Do you have what it takes to become the best logistics company to work for?  It's an important question to ask since attracting and retaining talent is becoming the key differentiator in our industry. 

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Topics: KANE Company

Create Logistics Leaders with Training, Investment

Posted by Hilary Kane on April 10, 2013

Leadership, whether in logistics, food manufacturing, or crayon making, comes down to individuals.  People make a company successful. People who are invested in the company make the difference. This is one of the characteristics of a "great company" made famous by business writer Jim Collins. Without invested, engaged people, organization don't make the leap to greatness.

So, how do we keep our great people while attracting the next generation of logistics leaders? 

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Topics: Supply Chain Challenges, Logistics Labor Management

Supply Chain Performance | Culture | Competitive Advantage

Posted by Hilary Kane on November 07, 2012

Culture is the Competitive Advantage

With all the demands we face in our business, the volatility of the economy, and the drive to do more with less, how do you stand out in the crowd?

Culture is the competitive advantage.

To be successful, companies must be innovative, keep costs in line, please their customers/consumers, all while making a profit.  This is where a company's culture can make the difference.

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Topics: Supply Chain Challenges, 3PL Outsourcing, KANE Company

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