The challenge of finding qualified workers is critical right now. “We’re hiring” signs are everywhere, but these positions are going unfilled. Some economists predict that our workforce challenge will remain a primary issue even as the supply chain disruptions and other challenges business face return to normal.
This webinar will help you understand the labor trends affecting Eastern North Carolina, provide potential solutions for your business that will maximize the workforce you have as well as ideas on where to find workers you may not have considered.
By Understanding Labor Trends - The difficulty of finding qualified workers and the ongoing labor shortage is on every manufacturer’s mind. Labor trends and impacts have been presented at the state level, but this session will hone in on the labor market in Eastern North Carolina to help you understand that region’s particular challenges.
By Using Lean, Process Improvement and Technology -The goal of lean process improvement is to enable employees to systematically find ways to deliver more value to their customers faster. It does this by providing a systematic, scientific approach to practicing continuous improvement as a part of daily work. By using technology, a company can have faster workflows and accurate reporting.
By Tapping into Veterans- Finding pools of untapped talent to fill in-demand roles is a top priority for employers. Hiring military veterans has proven to be a successful strategy; in addition to gaining high-performing employees with low turnover, companies generally earn enormous goodwill from customers and a public-image boost when they commit to hiring more military veterans.
By: Using Competitive Assessments -Business assessments can be the first step in determining where your business is today, where you would like it to be and missed opportunities for improvement as well as revealing how your company compares to similar organizations.