Developing A Successful Voice Deployment

Luedde, Chris; Miller, Mike
April 2010
Food Logistics;Apr/May2010, Issue 121, p44
The article discusses the development of a successful voice deployment system in warehouses to ease employee concern about stress and boredom. It states that studies have found that human anxiety increases when workers are aware that they are being tracked or monitored. It mentions that using voice does not prevent employees from interacting with one another, rather it puts workers in control of their own devices. INSETS: Speaking Easy;DEMATIC REVOLUTIONIZES ORDER PICKING WITH VOICE+LASER SOLUTION.


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