Hiring & the (Future) State of Manufacturing & Distribution
How the Pandemic, Supply Chain Disruption, Inflation, & Potential Recession Drive the Need for Workforce Resiliency
The Next 5 Years...
When looking forward five years, 80% of respondents said they’re worried about hiring. Read the full report to learn more.
Invest in the Future with Order Automation
While unprecedented events have impacted every industry since the world shut down for COVID-19, the manufacturing and distribution sector has been especially challenged by a combination of headwinds. From volatile levels of demand to widespread lockdowns, ongoing supply chain disruptions, a massive labor shortage, inflation, and an impending recession – businesses in manufacturing and distribution have arrived at a crossroads.
It is estimated that these industries will face a gap of 2.4 million open jobs by 2028 and 5 million by 2023. And the incoming Generation Z workforce is not tripping over itself to apply for jobs in manufacturing and distribution.
In this survey report, we cover the following topics:
- What can businesses do to prepare for a recession
- How the pandemic and other market forces have impacted hiring and accelerated digital transformation
- How (and why) to think about recruiting Gen Z
- Automating expensive but necessary processes
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