Across the U.S., numerous states are trying to improve conditions for their workers, including raising the minimum wage.
One of the biggest drivers of warehouse hiring nationwide over the past few years has been the aggressive construction and rapid expansion of Amazon facilities.
Over the past few years, widespread interest in warehousing efforts has led to significant growth in the construction of such facilities.
Over the past few years, a number of states have opted to handle the debate about raising the minimum wage within their legislatures.
With several household name companies around the country hiring, jobseeking warehousing employees won't be in the unemployment line for long.
Safety should be the No. 1 concern of any warehousing effort, and not just because keeping workers happy and healthy is important.
Eight in 10 Amazon Prime users say free shipping is their favorite reward, music to the ears of warehouse staff who enjoy their jobs.
Pennsylvania has seen significant growth for manufacturing and logistics in the past several years.
Based on a recently released survey, a substantial number of U.S. employers are wooing job seekers by paying more than the federal minimum wage for seasonal hires.
The warehouse sector is chief among the industries actively recruiting workers.
Over the past few years, the strength of the economy has continued to grow significantly, putting employers in a position to boost their profits.
In 2016, the OSHA issued a final ruling that companies in certain industries would have to submit electronic data about injuries and illnesses related to their operations.
What often happens when municipalities and states consider changes to their minimum wage laws is that it sets disparate standards for people living within relatively small areas.
As with many other industries, the logistics sector has seen tremendous growth in the past few years.
New data suggests that even a big minimum wage increase would not be enough to meet workers' needs.
One demographic that often gets overlooked in the discussions about raising the minimum wage at the local, state or even national levels is young people.
For most companies in the logistics industry, creating jobs has been a heavy focus in recent years, but so too has been the ways in which technology is reshaping their sector.
Global economic relations have been tenuous at best for years now, with trade wars and international legislative overhauls burdening the supply chains of countless entities.
The supply chain has evolved significantly in the past decade, with modern technologies playing an increasingly vital role in the average manager's daily life.
The rising tide of higher minimum wages for various states and cities across the country seems to be having a strong positive effect on many workers' finances.
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