The novel coronavirus is affecting all aspects of society, but many organizations, especially manufacturing ones, still need to function and keep their employees safe from the spread of the disease.
When you're running a factory, it's imperative that you do all you can to keep it operating smoothly and effectively on an ongoing basis.
When you're trying to continually attract and retain talented manufacturing workers to staff your factory, perhaps the easiest way to do so is through pay and benefits that go beyond your area's industry norms.
Safety is a critical part of the job in manufacturing, and if you're not being as thorough as possible in your regular inspections, you may be leaving your workers open to unnecessary risk.
When you're running a manufacturing company or managing a team within a larger organization, you need to make sure you do all you can to get the most out of every shift.
When you're trying to take your manufacturing business to the next level, you need to prepare your entire workforce to make that leap with you.
Across the U.S., more states are now at least considering the possibility of a sizable increase in the minimum wage.
One of the most common types of injuries in manufacturing settings are those to workers' hands.
In any industrial setting, it's important to ensure workers are properly protected whenever they're on the shop floor.
With many states across the U.S. raising their minimum wages above and beyond the federal level, the pressure is on those that haven't done so yet to follow suit.
One of the biggest problems companies in just about every industry have is struggling to retain talented workers over the course of a few years or more.
Manufacturers are always trying to get an edge on the competition with new products, more efficient ways of doing business and generally just trying to be as innovative as possible in their various processes.
For some time now, growth in the manufacturing sector has been slowing down, and occasionally even reversing course altogether.
In any business setting, staying as tidy and organized as possible is critical to success - but in the manufacturing sector that quality may have an even greater importance.
Minimum wages are increasing in many states across the country, and that's especially true along the East Coast.
One of the biggest challenges for any manufacturer these days is that there's just not a huge pool of talent available - meaning it's vital to be able to retain your current workers and attract new ones.
Among the most cogent arguments in favor of a higher minimum wage at the state level - as many are now doing - is the fact that the federal government hasn't raised its own floor in more than a decade.
The last few months have been rocky for the manufacturing sector, to say the least, but now industry experts say they can potentially see a light at the end of the tunnel.
Many manufacturers rely on forklifts and other heavy equipment to transport goods and other large loads around their facilities quickly and efficiently.
Worker engagement isn't always easy to achieve, but it's absolutely vital to ensuring your company operates effectively on an ongoing basis.
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