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Management must change to secure next generation of lift truck operators, Talent in Logistics research shows

Management must change to secure next generation of lift truck operators, Talent in Logistics research shows A recent survey by Talent in Logistics, sponsored by UKMHA (UK Material Handling Association), found that more than half (51%) of male lift truck operators aged 30 and over do not find their management to be trustworthy and honest.  52% would also not recommend their job to family and friends. These insights, and others, are revealed in a new

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In recent research, 62% of female operators had been a lift truck operator for more than six years. 88% stated that they can see themselves working for their company in two years, with 100% saying they are proud to work for their company https://bit.ly/36c4OOP. @UKMHA_OFFICIAL

Happy employees are more committed and are a strong asset in attracting new talent. Highly engaged female operators and young people enable the employer to provide the benefits of a career similar to candidates https://bit.ly/36c4OOP.

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