Executive Briefings

Supply Chain Talent: Evolving Across Generations

The research for this report was conducted via an online survey from February 20 – March 20, 2017. Surveys were conducted among all those working in or studying the supply chain industry — including business, academia, and students (n=386).

While 70% of supply chain employees are satisfied with their careers, there are notable differences by generation in terms of job, satisfaction and what matters in their careers. For example, Generation X and Millennials want more work-life balance, fewer hours, and greater flexibility to work from home compared to Baby Boomers. In additional, Millennials are seeking more coaching and on-the-job training, suggesting an opportunity for employers seeking to recruit top talent. Check out the full report for more details, insights, and recommendations.

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The research for this report was conducted via an online survey from February 20 – March 20, 2017. Surveys were conducted among all those working in or studying the supply chain industry — including business, academia, and students (n=386).

While 70% of supply chain employees are satisfied with their careers, there are notable differences by generation in terms of job, satisfaction and what matters in their careers. For example, Generation X and Millennials want more work-life balance, fewer hours, and greater flexibility to work from home compared to Baby Boomers. In additional, Millennials are seeking more coaching and on-the-job training, suggesting an opportunity for employers seeking to recruit top talent. Check out the full report for more details, insights, and recommendations.

Read the Full Report Here