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3 Ways to Solve the Manufacturing Headcount Shortage and Meet Customer Demand

3 Ways to Solve the Manufacturing Headcount Shortage and Meet Customer Demand

See how leading manufacturers are solving the headcount shortage problem.

An estimated 25 percent of U.S. manufacturing employees are 55 years old or older and baby boomers are retiring at a rate of 10,000 people per day. And, over the next decade, nearly 3.5 million manufacturing jobs will likely be needed. See how leading manufacturers are tackling this issue by:

  • Unlocking their people potential—shifting employees to more high-value activities.
  • Engaging existing employees with access to critical business data.
  • Defining and streamlining business processes to encourage employee engagement.
  • Going “digital” to attract new, younger talent.
3 Ways to Attract Top Manufacturing Talent and Keep Employees Engaged White Paper

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3 Ways to Solve the Manufacturing Headcount Shortage and Meet Customer Demand

See how leading manufacturers are solving the headcount shortage problem.

An estimated 25 percent of U.S. manufacturing employees are 55 years old or older and baby boomers are retiring at a rate of 10,000 people per day. And, over the next decade, nearly 3.5 million manufacturing jobs will likely be needed. See how leading manufacturers are tackling this issue by:

  • Unlocking their people potential—shifting employees to more high-value activities.
  • Engaging existing employees with access to critical business data.
  • Defining and streamlining business processes to encourage employee engagement.
  • Going “digital” to attract new, younger talent.

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