Streamline Your Supply Chain Hiring Process

| July 13, 2018

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Editors note: I first met Rodney Apple in 2015 when I moderated a roundtable on challenges in the supply chain workforce at the APICS conference in Las Vegas. At the time, recruiting, training and retaining supply chain talent was one of the most talked about topics at supply chain conferences. Since then, I think it’s safe to say the issue has only gained in importance. This is the third of ten columns by Apple that we’ll publish on SCMR.com over the next three weeks. As always, you can feel free to email me with your thoughts at btrebilcock@peerlessmedia.com.  Bob Trebilcock, editorial director, Supply Chain Management Review.

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