Amerimold 2019 Update: What You Should Know about the Skilled Workforce Crisis

This presentation will reveal the results of a Workforce Development Survey, powered by Gardner Intelligence and presented by MoldMaking Technology and Human Asset Management, that identifies the current state of workforce development among small to mid-size manufacturers in North America.

Record number of baby boomers are retiring in the next 10 years, what does that mean to your business? Are you truly aware of the impact? This presentation is a call to action to business owners and human resources personnel to start planning. This presentation will reveal the results of a Workforce Development Survey, powered by Gardner Intelligence and presented by MoldMaking Technology and Human Asset Management, that identifies the current state of workforce development among small to mid-size manufacturers in North America.

Panelists will share best practices for how to develop a plan to build and diversify a next-generation manufacturing workforce, how to develop the right strategy and program for effective apprenticeships/skills training and how to engage with industry and the community to find, train and retain a diverse next-generation workforce.

Moderators: 

  •  Christina Fuges, Editorial Director, MoldMaking Technology
  •  Marion Wells, Founder & Managing Partner, Human Asset Management

Panelists: 

  • Maximum Mold Group
  • CavalierTool & Manufacturing
  • X-Cell Tool & Mold

Register for Amerimold to gain free access to this panel discussion and others in the Tech Talk Theater program, presented by MoldMaking Technnology.

Now listen in to this Manufacturing Alliance Podcast about Marion, her mission and the HAM/MMT Workforce Development Project:

 

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