Distribution leaders are facing a combination of business and demographic changes which, if left unchecked, will force distribution center (DC) costs to quickly spiral upward. These include: Entry-level wages and healthcare costs are rising. Internet and mobile commerce are projected to double in four years, taxing demand for warehousing and fulfillment jobs—an industry well known for its high labor intensity and turnover, with associate turnover tending to accelerate as economic ...

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