Meeting Customer Demands and Boosting Productivity by Engaging Your Hourly Workforce

Date: Tuesday, Nov 8, 2022

Time: 2:00 PM ET

Live Webinar: 1 hour

Webinar Description

77% of hourly supply chain workers are considering a job change in the next 3 months! Is your bottom line ready to take that hit?

We know that labor challenges have led to significant retention issues, which has decreased productivity and impacted your ability to meet customer demands.

Join WorkStep on November 8th to learn how engaging your hourly workforce has significantly helped supply chain companies improve operational efficiencies.

Engaging your employees at scale and giving them a voice has never been so important – but it doesn’t stop there. Successful engagement and retention strategies focus on not just collecting feedback, but analyzing it and taking action to drive positive change and ultimately reduce workforce turnover.

89% of workers are more likely to stay if they feel that their company encourages and listens to feedback, while 69% want the opportunity to provide feedback to their employer at least once a month.

Join Dan Johnston, CEO & Co-Founder of WorkStep, the leading frontline workforce engagement and retention management solution, as he dives into:

  • How to build an effective employee engagement strategy to retain your critical workforce
  • Why building an effective engagement strategy helps increase productivity and keeps management informed of pressing issues like safety concerns
  • How reducing turnover helps curb employee burnout and positively impacts productivity
  • The importance of knowing what is driving your worker turnover (spoiler alert – it is not pay!)
  • What is feedback and how companies should act on it in a meaningful way to drive positive change

It’s a must-attend session for Supply Chain Operations Executives, HR, or C-Suite Executives who are struggling to engage their hourly workforce and retain them for the long run.

Speakers:

Dan Johnston, Co-Founder and CEO, WorkStep

Moderator:

Robert BowmanEditor-in-Chief, SupplyChainBrain

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