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Managing the Future of Work in Life Sciences
Technology is transforming the life sciences industry and accelerating how it innovates and produces products. Workforce invest is needed to remain competitive.
Unions and Manufacturing: A Team Effort
Manufacturers and unions can collaborate to improve compliance with labor agreements, ease the transition to new technologies, and create goodwill with the workforce.
Scheduling Your Manufacturing Workforce
Effective labor scheduling is critical in manufacturing. Learn how new scheduling technology can align labor to meet your changing manufacturing needs.
Employee Engagement Your Last (and Best) Source of Competitive Differentiation
There’s a lot of talk today about employee engagement. Conferences are swollen by earnest discussions of how to address and manage millennials and Generation Y while also satisfying the needs of older staff.