VIDEO: To Solve the Skilled Labor Problem, Change the Culture
MoldMaking Technology Editorial Director Christina Fuges teamed up with Modern Machine Shop Editor-in-Chief Pete Zelinski onsite at Westminster Tool in Plainfield, Connecticut to experience live the company’s unique culture, and then digitally capture the spirit of the environment to share with the rest of the manufacturing community.
Take a look at this special video project as we go inside Westminster Tool and meet the owners and employees using their emotional intelligence, personality profile and learning style tools to make it all happen.
We want to send a big THANK YOU to the entire team at Westminster Tool for inviting us into their “house,” and allowing us to disrupt operations for a couple of days to share their story.
You can also read this article that explains how Westminster Tool uses a solid onboarding program, personality profiles and learning styles to quickly and effectively grow its own skilled workforce.
If you have a unique company culture or workforce development strategy that is improving your operations while solving the current workforce dilemma, reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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