Why Hiring Six Sigma Employees Will Save Manufacturers Money

By Ryan Kohler

Six Sigma is an effective way to improve the efficiency and overall profitability of your business. It is a method of reducing errors and flaws in business processes through a focus on data and discipline. Hiring employees already trained in Six Sigma will save your company a lot of money.

Reduce waste by hiring employees with Six Sigma training, Fishbowl BlogWaste Reduction

When Six Sigma is implemented, companies often find their employees recycling paper and doing other little things to cut down on waste. This will reduce costs across the board for your business. You will be able to order fewer raw goods while maintaining or even boosting production levels. Employees will search for waste and areas where there could be product defects. Preventive maintenance procedures will be taken to reduce defective products.

Customer Service

Not only do these employees focus on eliminating waste, they focus on customer support and service. Employees trained in Six Sigma will think on their feet, giving them the ability to quickly fix a problem for a customer. They will identify problems with products long before they are sold. Preventing product defects can improve customer satisfaction. Customers will know exactly what to expect from your company each time they purchase your products.

Eliminating Frustrations

One aspect that makes Six Sigma a powerful approach for any business is how it improves employee job satisfaction. Many businesses find that their employees are happier and find more possibilities for growth in their job. You can eliminate frustration as employees provide new solutions for the entire organization. Hiring individuals previously trained in Six Sigma will offer a number of benefits as these individuals already think in a problem-solving mindset. Your business is less likely to encounter resistance from employees.

Annual Savings

With correct implementation of Six Sigma, a company will save time and money. Since introducing Six Sigma in 1996, General Electric has seen annual savings of $2.5 billion. Astonishing savings can be achieved by any organization. It takes a total commitment from employees for Six Sigma to work. You can gain a significant advantage by hiring individuals previously trained in Six Sigma as you do not need to pay for their Six Sigma certification training.

 

Author Bio

Ryan Kohler is an HR Consultant and the CEO of ApplicantPro.

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About Robert Lockard

Robert Lockard is a copywriter with Fishbowl. He writes for several blogs about inventory management, manufacturing, QuickBooks and small business. Fishbowl Inventory is the #1-requested inventory management software for QuickBooks users. Robert enjoys running, reading, writing, spending time with his wife and children, and watching movies. His favorite movies include Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Fiddler on the Roof, Back to the Future and Lawrence of Arabia.
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