Happy 2022, everyone! Below are the top 3 podcasts and articles from our first year in business! Feel free to revisit these gems and consult the treasure trove of career advancement tips and resources in our Content Hub. Thanks for making 2021 a huge success! Stay tuned for lots more exciting developments from our team and our content hub!
If you’re producing and moving goods, you need a transportation manager. These individuals handle and understand how goods are moved throughout the supply chain and all modes of transportation therein. A transportation manager has to be well versed in the mechanics and logistics of moving freight across all types of routes. Shipping, trucking, and railroad freight all come under the watchful eye of the transportation manager.
Warehouse managers tend to work at a single facility, managing one or more aspects of the flow of goods, from incoming receipt of goods to putaway/storage, then picking, packing, and shipping of goods out of the facility. In addition to the flow of goods, some warehouse managers may have other responsibilities such as quality, yard management, information systems, or security.
Now that you’ve completed the first interview screen and have been contacted regarding the next round, it’s time to prepare for the second round interview questions. The questions in the second round can be much more in-depth than the first round interview questions.
At Supply Chain Careers, we hear all sorts of anecdotes about the candidate interview experience. We also provide resources to prepare candidates and applicants for the supply chain interview process, including what sorts of questions to expect. Below are some of the most common first round interview questions and our insights on how to best answer them.
These top supply chain certifications, certificates, and other credentials will get you noticed as a supply chain professional.
Why should you never lowball a job offer, and how do you engineer a competitive offer to land top talent, especially in a competitive [...]
We look at the cost of losing employees, the challenges involved, and new solutions on how to retain supply chain talent,
For at least the last decade, as supply chain management has changed, there has been a shortage of talent, and it continues to get [...]
Every supply chain is unique. They differ in many ways too, from organizational design, processes, systems, SKUs, performance, and many other attributes. But, one thing [...]