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Manufacturers: Time to pay attention

Maintaining the status quo for employee training and development is no longer an option. In its Industry Pulse: 2018 Manufacturing Workforce Report, Tooling U-SME found that immediate workforce development is crucial to industry’s future.

Manufacturers can no longer afford to ignore the skills gap. Retirements, a decreased talent pipeline, and the need for new, advanced technology skills are threatening businesses of all sizes, and, ultimately, the national economy.

The majority of actions organizations can take to develop and retain their employees and attract new employees are within their control; however, most manufacturers are not focusing on them. In the study, 76% of respondents revealed that their company does not have a talent development strategy for manufacturing employees.

Read more about the steps you can take to overcome the skills and talent crisis with a strong training and development program. 
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"A reduction in variation through standardized work translates to the bottom line."
 
– Craig Johnson, learning and development specialist, Malnove
"A formal onboarding and OJT program has a direct, positive impact on productivity."
 
– Mari Burt, training and wellness coordinator, Asahi Kasei

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