Addressing The Labour Challenge In Supply Chain During COVID-19

By Jack Grimshaw
During the unprecedented times posed by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the safety of workers has never been so important. In order to keep supply chain...

During the unprecedented times posed by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the safety of workers has never been so important.

In order to keep supply chains moving efficiently and successfully, workers must be safe and healthy. In a bid to help supply chain leaders and organisations ensure employee wellbeing whilst coming to terms with the new labour challenges presented, eft by Reuters Events is hosting a virtual round table. 

The interactive event, held on Friday, May 1, 4:00-5:00PM BST will help you: 

  • Learn how companies are embracing remote working to still ensure maximum productivity levels
  • Understand how companies are dealing with labour (which can't work from home) that is essential to still keep supply chains moving
  • Find out how companies are enforcing new measures to keep essential workers safe such as social distancing in warehouses
  • Learn about the relatively short term tech measures that you can implement in order to reduce the stresses on your workforce

eft by Reuters Events virtual roundtable

With speakers from Tirehub, the Women in Trucking Association, and ABI Research, the event is not one to be missed by those looking to improve their operations.

Click here to register for the event! If you can't make it, you can still register your interest and receive a recording after the event.

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