Answering YES to the question in the latest episode of the “Does Logistics Matter?” podcast is Gavin Polizzo, the Global Chief Sales Officer at Cloudstaff. The episode, titled “Alleviating Labour Shortages Through Leveraging a Remote Workforce,” explores the current trends and developments in the labour market, the effective management of remote teams, and the role of outsourcing in easing the pressure on supply chain and logistics companies.
Labour Shortage Still Growing
As the global labour market continues to evolve, businesses face new challenges. Unemployment rates are at an all-time low in many countries, and there is a growing gap between the number of jobs available and the number of people available for work. This episode sheds light on these issues, providing listeners with a comprehensive understanding of the current labour market scenario.
Leveraging a Remote Workforce
Gavin Polizzo, with his extensive experience in outsourcing and remote workforce management, shares his insights on how supply chain and logistics companies can navigate these challenges. He discusses the role of outsourcing companies like Cloudstaff in providing back-office support, customer service, and lead generation for supply chain and logistics companies in various regions, including Australia, the UK, EMEA, and the US.
The conversation also delves into the talent shortage issue, emphasizing not just the scarcity of talent but also the time it takes to source a skilled worker. Polizzo highlights the economic implications of these challenges and how businesses can address them.
This episode is a must-listen for business owners, supply chain and logistics professionals, and anyone interested in understanding the dynamics of the labour market and the potential of remote workforces. It offers valuable insights into the current labour market trends and provides practical strategies for leveraging remote teams effectively.
Tune in to the “Does Logistics Matter?” podcast to listen to this conversation. Listen right here through the player below or wherever you get your podcasts. Don’t forget to subscribe so you don’t miss future episodes.
This podcast episode is sponsored by Cloudstaff.