Upcoming SPE Mold Technologies Division Discussion Confronts the Challenge of Supporting Next-Generation Moldmakers
Do you find it challenging to hire new designers, engineers or moldmakers for your company? Attend “The Skilled Workforce Challenge,” on April 8, 2021, at 8 a.m. EST for global perspectives and insights on the industry’s top challenge.
The International Committee of the Society of Plastics Engineers Mold Technologies Division (SPE, Bethel, Connecticut) invites you to register for its upcoming discussion, “The Skilled Workforce Challenge – A Global Perspective on Supporting the Next Generation of Moldmakers and Engineers.” Taking place April 8, 2021, at 8 a.m. EST, the panel discussion will evaluate workforce development in moldmaking and molding, and provide a global perspective on supporting the next generation of mold builders and engineers.
Invited speakers offer a diverse range of perspectives and insights on the industry’s top challenge, including Dr. Mahesh Divekar, CAE – Manager, Performance Materials India - BASF India; Bruce Cateon, OASIC Consulting (Canada); Mr. Søren Zylauv, Group productivity director at PRIMO A/S; Jordan Robertson, P.Eng., M.B.A., vice president, Business Development and Marketing, StackTeck (Ontario, Canada); and Brenda Clark, Engineering Manager for Hasco North America.
Topics of discussion will cover the following questions:
- Do you find it challenging to hire new designers, engineers or moldmakers for your company?
- Do profiles on the current and local job market match your company’s needs and expectations?
- How do you identify your candidates?
- Do you recruit globally or locally?
- What are the challenges or advantages of hiring international candidates?
- What are the challenges when you hire someone new?
- What are the training strategies and how do they differ when hiring an international candidate?
Don’t miss out. Register now!
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