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Not surprisingly, manufacturers continue to report that employee recruitment and retention are their greatest
challenges. In fact, these concerns have heightened during the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent workforce
disruptions. The market forces driving these challenges are not likely to improve soon. Based on a Manufacturing
Institute and Deloitte study, the National Association of Manufacturers estimates that manufacturers will need to
fill 4.6 million jobs by 2028.
Some manufacturers have seen a brand new employee fail to return from their first meal break on their very first
day on the job. If this happens, you have to ask yourself how your hiring process resulted in someone who was such
a poor fit. Besides figuring out what went wrong when someone leaves unexpectedly, it’s important to consider the
other side of the equation – what about your firm makes people stay.
This guide will show you how to become an employer of choice that lives up to the adage that your people are
your most important asset.
Download the Whitepaper for steps that will help you improve and enhance your employee recruitment, retention, and engagement and become an employer of choice.