Today we’re taking a break from our regularly scheduled supply chain blogging to post some exciting news from Argentus’ extended family.
New data shows the toll that two years of unprecedented pressure is taking on supply chain managers. It’s time to talk about burnout—and its impacts on workers, as well as the companies looking to hire them.
18 months after opening our west coast office, we sat down with Argentus’ West Coast Manager, to pick his brain about what he’s seeing in the marketplace for Supply Chain talent.
In Hiring, Finding a Quality Candidate is Everything. So Why do Companies Prioritize Quantity over Quality?
Everyone wants to hire quality candidates. So why do we build our recruiting processes around quantity? Here’s why systems that promise more candidates are actually making it harder to hire.
For years, supply chain managers worked tirelessly in the background of organizations everywhere. Now everyone—from the C-suite to your relatives—knows how important it is. It’s official: supply chain has entered the zeitgeist. So what does that mean for the field?
In this job market, candidates have a lot of power. But more candidates are pulling a “salary bait and switch.” It’s costing them not only jobs, but credibility.
Public Sector Procurement has evolved. Here’s our perspective on some of the trends and issues shaping how organizations recruit for this crucial function.
It’s more common than ever for applicants to “ghost” employers when starting a job. Now, more companies are ghosting candidates as well. Here’s why that presents a big risk to hiring.
“Supply Chain Management” and “Logistics” are often used interchangeably, but they have some key differences. Here’s an explainer from Canada’s leading recruiters in the field.
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