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Manufacturer's Guide to Recruiting & Hiring

There’s a clear-cut relationship between labor and manufacturing: when you don’t have enough bodies to make your product, you can’t make your product. If you can’t increase your production, you can’t meet the demands of your customers’ growth or take advantage of new market opportunities to add customers. If you can’t even maintain your current production, well, you’re not going to stay in business for long.

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What about machines and automation?

Everyone seems to agree that artificial intelligence is going to transform manufacturing. There’s a little more ambiguity on the question of “when.” Prognosticators have been predicting that artificial intelligence will arrive within 20 years since at least the mid-1950s, so it’s impossible to say exactly when sentient machines will be running factories.


A shortage needs a strategy.

If tomorrow’s problem is finding the right people with the skills of the future, today’s problem is finding the people who can help you build that future. You already know that success doesn’t just happen - it takes hard work, knowledge and leadership. Staying ahead of the competition means beating them to the best people available, but that’s sometimes easier said than done.