The Top 10 Hiring Mistakes in Supply Chain!

| May 7, 2019

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Hiring in Supply Chain is, in some ways, tougher than it ever has been. With the baby boomer generation entering retirement, and companies placing more strategic emphasis on the function, the war for Supply Chain talent is on. We put together this infographic based on our experiences in the recruitment marketplace to answer: What are the most common mistakes that causes hiring managers and HR to lose out?

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Morson Group provide industry leading technical recruitment solutions in engineering across multiple sectors including rail, aerospace and defence, nuclear and IT with temporary and permanent engineering jobs available. We work with many of the world’s leading companies, often as preferred, sole or managed service supplier and in 2016 had a turnover in excess of £806m.

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