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A practical guide to approaching the manufacturing skills gap
Upskilling new workers quickly
Standardizing your training program
Capturing valuable tribal knowledge
2.4 million jobs will need to be filled by 2028
78% of manufacturing leaders are worried about an aging workforce
U.S. manufacturers are losing 11% of their annual earnings, or $3,000 per existing employee, due to this talent shortage
Recruiting new talent is only one component of the skills shortage.
This guide breaks down the skills gap and teaches you how to address each aspect on the factory floor.
84% of quality costs are caused by worker errors. Manufacturing training programs have room for improvement.
Learn how to modernize your training strategy and upskill new employees quickly.
With 10,000 workers retiring daily, industrial companies are losing decades of valuable experience.
Learn strategies for capturing tribal knowledge before it's too late.
Workers Retiring Daily
Quality Costs Caused by Worker Errors
Lost per Existing Employee
U.S. manufacturers are losing 11% of their annual earnings, or $3,000 per existing employee, due to this talent shortage.
Download our practical guidebook to see how you can begin solving the skills gap today.