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  • How to Reduce High Turnover Rates in a Warehouse
    One of the defining characteristics of warehouse work is the high attrition rates among rank-and-file workers. This has a direct effect on the operational capacity of companies in the logistics industry as was exemplified by Amazon which was said to be running out of people to hire in 2022. Smart companies realize this and have…
  • Everything About the Loss Prevention Job at Amazon
    The Loss Prevention department at Amazon warehouses is in charge of protecting people, products and information. Loss Prevention (LP) specialist (the lowest-ranked full-time LP position at Amazon) is a prominent hourly position and this is well reflected in the compensation. LP specialists earn more than their entry level peers in operations. This is because the…
  • How to Get the Area Manager Position at Amazon in 2023
    If you are interested in operations leadership at Amazon, becoming an Area Manager (AM) is not a bad choice. Warehouse operation teams at Amazon need mentoring, motivation and coaching so that the facility can meet predetermined goals. The only major requirement you need for this job is to have a bachelor’s or a master’s degree…
  • An Overview of the RME Job at Amazon Warehouses
    At Amazon, RME stands for reliability maintenance engineering. RME is the team charged with maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing robots, material handling equipment (such as conveyors) and their control systems. RME teams Amazon RME teams can be third-party contractor employees or in-house employees. The company has been slowly reducing its reliance on third-party contractors in recent…
  • Forklift Certification for Warehouse Workers
    Almost all warehouse facilities you will work for will use some type of lift equipment such as counterbalance, dock stocker, reach truck and order picker. As a result, employers in the supply chain industry (such as Penske Logistics, Publix, US Foods, Amazon and XPO Logistics) are in constant need of forklift operators. Warehouse forklift operators…
  • Everything About Termination at UPS Warehouses
    It is common knowledge that chances of getting fired from UPS warehouses are quite low. This is due, in part, to being protected by the Union and the fact that (some) UPS facilities are in dire need of employees. That being said terminations do happen at these facilities. Chances of getting fired increase with the…