Rapid globalization, technological advancements, changing consumer preferences, and evolving government policies are reshaping the manufacturing industry, exponentially accelerating the pace of competition and continually raising the bar on company performance.
With the global pandemic not showing any signs of dissipating, workers’ health and safety are more severe and urgent than ever. How can your company ensure its compliance with the new standards and procedures are implemented? And, how will non-compliance influence your company’s reputation?
Introducing site relations into your company will not only assist with a site incident plan but will pave the way for a reputation management system that could save your company’s brand.
“While the fruits of a good corporate reputation translate into increased revenue and growth, a poor one can cause considerable commercial damage, and the importance therefore of keeping reputations strong should not be underestimated,” – Andrew Brown.
Reputation is not something that can be owned but develops as a result of how your company is perceived by its key stakeholders, such as customers, employees, the community in which the respective manufacturing site is operating, and the press, with each group holding a different perspective according to their particular expectations.
Do not let issues caused by the combined pressures of reliability, capacity, and quality within the company expose your company to a high loss of reputation among your key stakeholders.
Influencing manufacturing site reputation is inevitably a slow process that requires a keen focus and commitment from the whole organization.