To grow, you need the right people to keep pace with technology and organizational changes. Finding and developing them ranks among the toughest challenges for manufacturers today. In the US, a skills gap exists. There are too many jobs for which the unemployed are ill-prepared or inadequately trained. When skilled workers leave, knowledge continuity is at risk. At the same time, existing staff need to update their skills and build confidence to be effective contributors. The solution starts with education and development. The difference between a stable and unstable workforce can be something as basic as effective skills development. Employees who feel valued because their company invests in helping them improve their skills and knowledge, return the favor in loyalty and dedication. Established learning programs and learning paths also provide incentives for new hires and recruiting top talent.
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