Industrial distribution programs can offer employee pipeline

03/7/2013 | Modern Distribution Management

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.

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