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Make Professional Development a New Years' Resolution

Professional development plays a key role in employees' decisions to stay with a company. With talent development and retention being a focus of the temperature-controlled logistics industry, it is now more important than ever for companies to provide their employees, especially the younger employees, with opportunities to apply their knowledge and gain experience.

The January-February 2017 issue of COLD FACTS magazine explores how millennials respond to career planning, mentors and continuous learning, as well as how the industry is working to develop talent through programs such as the upcoming WFLO Institute, a four-day industry-specific program for professionals engaged in temperature-controlled logistics, taught by leading experts in the industry.

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Registration is open for both WFLO Institute East and West! Learn more.

January 11, 2017

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