The current workforce in Logistics and Supply Chain is facing major changes in the near future as a result of Industry 4.0 and digitization initiatives. Capabilities are challenged, the curriculum of schools and universities is questioned and the attractiveness of existing and new jobs within the Logistics sector are suffering severe competition from other more attractive sectors. We are working on addressing the relationship between current and future employees (‘millennials’ born after 1982) and the Logistics and Supply Chain sectors to pose the question – what can industry and educational institutes do to counter the challenges ahead? Because it doesn’t yet exist, research is underway in two areas. Respondents – please note that both surveys are anonymous.
Survey 1 – Young leaders born between 1982 and 2000 and currently working (all industries, all countries)
Survey 2 – Students who are finishing their degrees
We very much appreciate your help in this exciting work. Results will be shared in full here.