Running a warehouse is a fine art, and something that plenty of people have devoted plenty of time to deciphering and understanding. No matter who you are – warehouse manager or warehouse worker – you’ll always be on the lookout for ways to make your warehouse function more efficiently. Whether you invest in new lifting equipment or look for a design hack to improve the way in which people pick and pack items – there’s always improvements to be made.
A lot of us never knew what to do, especially that it gets tireless and boring in the workplace. So use the following steps to help you out!
It is important to standardize processes in your company. See how you can do this with the help of standard operating procedure to improve your performances exponentially. Probably you are asking yourself why I talk about standardization when often I mentioned that all businesses operate in a highly uncertain environment?
After such a question can be opened another issues as how to standardize when in the moment of implementation, the uncertainty will lead to obsolescence, inapplicability, or wrong way of doing things in the company. Yes, these questions are important. However, here I want to talk a little bit about some subjects related to standardization, or some things about how you can standardize processes. So, it will become clear why you should standardize.
Over the years, many solutions for low employee productivity have been implemented to varying degrees of success, but as society changes, so too do the challenges of keeping an employee focussed at work; where they once needed a better typewriter, they now need a dual monitor mount for their computer.
With this in mind, we have compiled a list of 7 habits that destroy employee productivity in the hopes it will help make your workplace more efficient.
Surprisingly, there hasn’t been any proof of reduced drug use since Reagan’s order. More than half of Americans claim to have tried marijuana, and an approximated 280 million people all over the world consume illegal drugs.
Although identifying drug users in the workplace comes at a high cost and its effectiveness in maintaining efficiency among workers has not been supported with data, drug testing is here to stay. Individuals now often ask: how can drug users, whether for medication or recreation, pass drug tests? We’re here to help you understand one of the most common methods, urine testing, and how you can prepare for it.