University-based industrial distribution programs may be a way for companies to reduce the difficulty of finding qualified hires, Lindsay Konzak writes. One such program works because the students are intent on securing industry-related jobs. "Many of the newest students are encouraged to stay in the program because of its high job placement rate and its practical focus on one industry," she writes.
Industrial distribution programs can offer employee pipeline
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