Do Your People Have a Case of the Mondays?

Do Your People Have a Case of the Mondays?

If you have tried to hire new people for your business, you may have experienced how challenging it is to find and retain dependable people. Robust human resources budgets are going unused because it is a struggle to find the right people to fulfill the number of openings across numerous industries. Most organizations view the human resources division as an integral part of their business by managing employee relations, ensuring high-quality talent acquisition, and ultimately developing high employee engagement and retention. However, since the pandemic this has become a daunting task.

The U.S. economy is on the road to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, employers have found that they are turning more and more to the use of automation, including robots, simply because it has become increasingly difficult to find workers to do certain tasks. This tendency is affecting various sectors, including manufacturing, distribution, and transportation. The key reason is that repetitive jobs feel insignificant, so workers either won’t bother to apply or won’t stay in a menial role for long.

Combining technology with purpose allows forward-thinking employers to get more out of their people. As the automation trend grows, companies will need to expand the use of automated systems and think outside of the box to stay ahead of its competition. It really is about finding the sweet spot so workers stay motivated and productivity doesn’t suffer. This combination is crucial now post-pandemic, and looks to be the case into the foreseeable future.

It is essential for organizations to look at different ways to make workers feel challenged and satisfied. Firms need to consider reallocating unused HR funds to further technology advancements and automate manual and tedious tasks without compromising accuracy, efficiently, keeping quality workers engaged and productive.

Delta Technology is bridging this labor gap by bringing workers and technology together with Delta Cobotix platform. Although increasing automation has long been a trend, the pandemic — as well as recent trade wars and supply bottlenecks — drove home for managers the high cost of unforeseen disruptions in production.

At Delta Technology we can help your business evolve by implementing automation as a key part of daily routine tasks that will help workers spend more time on productive tasks. This provides value by offering a much more purpose-driven experience for workers and lessens the risk of injury on the job.

In summary, applying automation in your business:

Reduces the demand for physical and manual work
Allows workers to take on projects that require innovative thinking
Gives employers a strong workforce that will help their businesses grow now and into the future.

To learn more about how automation and Delta Cobotix can help your operation, reach out to us today. Together we can uncover opportunities in your process that would be ideal to automate.