Wholesale/Distribution Compensation & Benefits Benchmarking Study – If you’re a Warehouse Manager at a Cincinnati area wholesaler/distributor, it pays to be at a larger company (more than 40 employees). Though the size of the company in comparison with pay was steady from 2005 to 2009, there’s a significant difference in recent years. “Over 50 Employee” companies are seeing a small increase, where the “Under 50 Employee” sect is still on a decline.
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Job Description for a Warehouse Manager:
Ensures that inventory of finished product is effectively planned, purchased, and delivered to customers in a manner that achieves service objectives while enhancing financial performance. Drive continuous process improvements in product flow planning, purchasing and delivery, develops ongoing process improvements across all inventory segments to ensure effective inventory planning, and leads buy planning process. Identify exceptions to Supply and Demand Plan Integration. Establishes and monitors Inventory Management performance metrics, highlighting the root causes of shortfalls, identify options for corrective action. In addition, gathers and shares information with Supply Chain to achieve product flow. Position may or may not require a bachelor’s degree.