Frontline industrial and manufacturing workers spend 40 or more hours a week at their jobs, which totals more than 2,000 hours a year. That’s a significant amount of time. Sure, the workers are compensated for their time and effort, but pay is just one component of worker job satisfaction. The challenges frontline workers face can lead to low morale and disengagement. When workers are unsatisfied with their jobs or the working conditions, they often seek employment elsewhere.
This whitepaper introduces a solution that not only improves frontline worker productivity but also increases their job satisfaction and morale. Implementing a connected worker solution can significantly reduce work-related stress and improve frontline worker morale, aiding recruitment and retention.
- Factors that industrial workers do not like about their jobs
- Benefits of adopting connected worker solutions for frontline workers
- Why frontline workers will want to use a connected worker solution
- Enhancing frontline worker morale with a connected worker solution