With the manufacturing industry grappling with skills gaps and the labor shortage, providing the right training, at the right time and to the right employee is critical to maintaining an adequate workforce.
When the employee sees that their organization is willing to invest in their future, they’ll be more likely to stay long term. In this article, we’ll evaluate how training can be a key driver in attracting and retaining manufacturing workers.
Manufacturers must seriously consider adapting their hiring, onboarding, workflow learning and training processes to support a future workforce in manufacturing.
The Michigan Works! Conference hosted 775 local workforce developers, connecting local talent and job leaders with the advocacy, training, and information tools they need.
Manufacturers will use remote training tools leveraging advanced technologies, including augmented reality (AR) and 3D work instructions, to prepare workers for the increased use of robotics in manufacturing, while complying with COVID-19 mandates.
JFF's Center for Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning will work to build new career pathways for women and other underrepresented populations in manufacturing.
Will the “perks” of “office people” create a downshift in the morale of operational or production staff? If so, how can we mitigate it?
Today’s manufacturers need to adjust their approach to onboarding, standard work and skills management in order to cope with current challenges.
Drishti Technologies announces an investment of $25M in Series B funding. The round, led by Sozo Ventures, was raised upon demonstrated evidence that Drishti's AI-based video analytics, data and insights bring significant benefits to manufacturers.
From converting cost savings into revenue generation to the integration of a digital e-governance infrastructure, immersive training is the beginning – and the backbone – of the smart factory.