SUPPLY CHAIN RECRUITMENT 5 Routes To Success

| April 18, 2017

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Rather than looking for certain skills, some companies are outsourcing aspects of their supply chain such as data mining and logistics management. Rather than using traditional avenues to recruit from, others are looking to other industry sectors to secure the future talent. The engaging government, education, and industry to increase the profile of supply chain and attract additional talent

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