UK: ways to address retain talent and skills shortages in the logistics sector 2017

This survey of senior decision makers in the British logistics sector shows the opinions of respondents on what the logistics industry should do in order to address skills shortages, as of late summer 2017. Encouraging greater diversity in career opportunities was seen by 14.1 percent of respondents as the best way to address such issues.

How can the logistics industry better attract and retain talent, enhance existing talent and address skills shortages?

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Source

Release date

September 2017

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

July to August 2017

Number of respondents

>100

Special properties

Senior decision makers in the logistics sector

Supplementary notes

Exact data about the number of respondents or the methodology used is not provided by the source.

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