Food Industry Labour Shortage: How to Retain Employees
Being able to target and attract candidates is key to addressing the labour shortage in the Food & Beverage industry in Ontario. However, these efforts will be wasted if your company does not develop internal strategies to maintain new and existing employees.
Food and Beverage: How to Maximize Quality Applications
The labour shortage experienced in the food and beverage industry in Canada and Ontario has no single cause: while many workers are retiring or leaving, qualified candidates that could replace them are often unaware of employment opportunities in the industry. On top of the aforementioned trend, the COVID-19 pandemic has added oil to the fire.
Attracting Candidates in the Food and Beverage Industry
For quite some time now, the food and beverage industry has been severely understaffed and the trend is expected to intensify with an estimated 25,000 positions to be filled by 2025 in Ontario alone. The arrival of Covid 19 has accelerated this labour shortage.
How to Protect the Profit of Your Small Business When Inflation Hits Supplier Prices
Your gross margins are hurting.
You’re being bombarded by supplier price increases from all sides. Upsurges in demand and COVID-19-related shutdowns have strained the supply of your raw materials, commodities, and components. Delays in trucking and shipping are compromising your deliveries. Finding the right talent amid labor market shortages is driving up labor costs.