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Stabilizing Costs:

How Fixed-Cost Labor Pricing Can Save the Day

The fight against rising costs is as old as business itself. Since the first cavepeople established the first cave-companies (and successfully litigated the first cave-trademark lawsuits), their eternal struggle to keep costs low has been passed down to every corporate generation since. For some businesses, that struggle can be won with careful consideration of every […]

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Curing Production Floor Blues: 2 Components in a Better Work Culture

A few years back, I had an opportunity to work with two interesting companies. They were remarkably similar in many ways: both were cross-docking operations that supported big-box retailers, and both were in the Southeastern United States.  In addition, both companies dealt with dramatic fluctuations in volume, as well as frequent interruptions to production planning, […]

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