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Tackling the Risks of an Increasingly Automated Workplace


Food and beverage companies are turning to automation to become more efficient and cut unnecessary costs. Aside from greater productivity and improved quality control, automation can also lead to safer workforces. For many companies, investing in automated processes will mean that fewer human workers are needed. As they seek to make this shift, food and beverage organizations must keep in mind the potential risks posed by a leaner workforce.

Our latest Food for Thought publication looks at these consequences, including the risk of age discrimination and workers’ compensation claims.  We underline the steps that food and beverage companies should take to mitigate their risks and successfully introduce automation within their business.

Read of download, Mitigating the Workforce of the Future’s Risks.