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Category Archives: Good Manufacture Practice

18 Time & Attendance terminals

Best Time and Attendance Systems – 18 Manufacturers   Time and Attendance systems (TNA) have come a long way since the first punch clock. The basics remain though. You need a simple way for employees to let your company know when they start and finish their work shift. So what tends to happen? Employees forget their cards. Or […]

What is Six Sigma?

What is Six Sigma And Why Is It Important for Improvement?   What is Six Sigma? Six Sigma is the method that provides organizations with tools and techniques to improve the business process capability. Using this disciplined and data-driven approach helps eliminate defects in the process. The term was coined in 1986 by an engineer […]

8 Practical employee engagement tips (on-premise staff)

Looking for Employee Engagement ideas during COVID? Today we’ll focus on those who can’t work from home during COVID.    Let’s look at ideas for Employee Engagement during Covid for factories, hospitals, logistic workers… When it comes to practical ideas for Employee Engagement, we showed corporate philanthropy examples that keep morale high. We also gave tips from users who nailed how to engage remote employees during […]

Monthly themes for leaders in manufacturing [Roadmap 2021]

Leaders in manufacturing:   A Roadmap to Engage Your Team To help leaders in manufacturing, we put together a calendar! What type of manufacturing leader would you like to be in 2021? Similarly, what kind of team would you like to have? Don’t just dream it. Plan it.   New year, new beginnings! 2020 has been challenging for leaders in manufacturing. Consequently, 2021, […]

6 Wellness Initiatives for Manufacturing Workers

Join the trend! 6 Wellness Initiatives for Manufacturing Workers:   Easy Wellness Initiatives for Manufacturing Workers   Let’s keep the spirit of Manufacturing Month alive! Once more this is an opportunity to entice a new generation to fill the 2.4 million manufacturing positions projected to be unfilled until 2028. And this next generation of manufacturers have plenty of things […]

Blue Collar Employees – Data shows what they (really) want from their managers

Data from Blue-Collar Employees shows how to be a better manager For many of you reading this, the answer won’t come as a surprise. In fact, you’re probably already doing it, without realizing just HOW right on track you are. And this is a sign of a problem I often find in my day-to-day as I speak to […]

Leadership skills examples (using employee engagement data) during COVID

Today we’re showing leadership skills examples in times of COVID: “People need to be encouraged to speak out. Even if what they say is not positive” Covid-19 is forcing a lot of leaders to apply unpopular measures like furloughs. And salary cuts. Generally speaking, employee morale has dropped in the 60 countries where our devices to get daily feedback […]

Data Hypothesis testing: Is the mood higher on paydays? No, and yes

Today we’re doing some hypothesis testing:   Hypothesis testing: Is the daily mood higher on paydays? [Manufacturing]     Fact: The Mexican subsidy of Lohmann-Koester measures employee engagement on a daily basis.   Hypothesis testing: Their manufacturing workers get paid every Tuesday. Is employee engagement higher that day?   Today we’ll be doing some hypothesis testing! […]

6 Ways to Keep Warehouse Staff Healthy (and Happy!) During COVID

6 Tips to Manage Warehouse Employees during COVID, by Samantha Rupp   Tips to Manage Warehouse Employees during COVID   Work satisfaction is something that ideally should sit at the forefront of all Warehouse Leaders’ minds. After all, you depend on your employees to keep your company afloat, and without their hard work, dedication, and diligence, your vision would […]

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