The Executive Network Group Logistics & Transport division created an automated process throughout 2021 to gather real-time data from candidates we registered, job roles we placed, and respondents' data via email and LinkedIn.
We gathered data from over 50,000 candidate profiles across the UK. We wanted to understand not only the average salary for both Health and Safety, Logistics, Procurement, HR and Operational positions in the Logistics & Transport sector but also how the data differentiate between gender and region.
We have spoken at length about the current skill gaps that currently inhabit industries and sectors all over the world. However, there is a precursor to the skill gaps that make filling these specific roles even more difficult – an employment crisis.
Every year, new graduates leave the lull of university life and are thrown into the dog-eat-dog world of the job market, while at the same time, school leavers who decide to go down the apprenticeship route weigh up their options. Due to Covid-19, it has been strenuous for young people to find their place among the sectors and industries that interests them. So how can companies in the Logistics sector attract this new talent and entice recent graduates to take up these opportunities?
Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) has grown exponentially over the years to become the largest manufacturing sub-sector in the UK – now accounting for 14% of the overall industry. However, with this large growth, a skills gap developed.
Executive Network Group had the pleasure of speaking with Gerry Mulholland, an accomplished Health and Safety professional with over 35 years of experience in his field.
In this report, we will be exploring the state of hybrid working now it's fully integrated into the worldwide work culture.
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With the drastic rise of e-commerce in 2020 due to the fallout of the Covid-19 Pandemic and the resulting lockdowns that forced us inside, shut shops and compelled us to rely on online shopping and courier services to gather the necessities.
Executive Network Group explores electric vehicle manufacturing, the ethics, environmental impact, and the costs associated with the modern method of driving.
In this report, we will be tackling which sections of the Facilities Management industry need improving in 2022. We will be looking at a range of topics from sustainability to outsourcing to determine how FM can continue to move forward.
With the ever-growing rise of material costs, procurement professionals must constantly think up ways of lowering their amount of spending - whether it’s re-thinking their supply chain or negotiating with suppliers to acquire a cheaper agreement.