Workforce Development

Courtesy: Siemens
Workforce Development April 28, 2022

Hands-on, online learning bring growth opportunities for engineers

Programmers, operators and maintenance professionals can maximize results with a computer numerical control (CNC) to become indispensable on the shopfloor and maximize their return on investment (ROI).

By Siemens Industry, Inc.
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
Workforce Development March 30, 2022

Community college apprenticeship for microelectronics industry grant awarded

The SEMI Foundation partners with Foothill College, Ignited Education, and Krause Center for Innovation to develop microelectronics career training program.

Courtesy: Cincinnati Incorporated
Workforce Development March 24, 2022

Inclusivity is key to promoting STEM education

A North Carolina State University study finds that one key to promoting STEM education is making classrooms feel more inclusive.

By Matt Shipman
EIT Engineer Stefan Gosey on site using a caliper to measure the thickness of a guy wire anchor plate supporting a tension fabric structure in North Carolina.
Workforce Development March 8, 2022

Hiring for skills becoming popular trend

Focusing on people’s combined skills allows an employee to hire the right person for the job who can start immediately and be effective.

By Zane Pucylowski
Courtesy: Cincinnati Incorporated
Workforce Development February 18, 2022

Three ways to engage your workforce in 2022

Expectations for the workforce are constantly changing and it can be challenging to keep them engaged. Three tips on engaging, training and securing a more remote workforce are highlighted.

By Lance Spitzner
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Workforce Development January 16, 2022

How to improve workplace technology adoption

Phased rollouts of new technology allow greater control of how digital solutions are implemented and applied by employees

By Cristian Grossmann
Courtesy: Guidewheel, Control Engineering
Workforce Development January 9, 2022

Automation advantages: 4 ways automation can empower a team to win

The pandemic and worsening manufacturing worker shortage has created opportunities for manufacturers to increase automation to improve plant and workforce productivity. Tools to enhance factory operations (factoryops) will drive faster, better decision-making to improve production and empower talent.

By Lauren Dunford
Courtesy: Inductive Automation
Workforce Development January 4, 2022

Companies aiding engineering education

Inductive Automation’s University Engagement Program helps improve student skills, assist educational institutions and enhance the talent pool for employers.

By Inductive Automation
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Workforce Development December 27, 2021

Focus on people to maximize plant efficiency

Balancing people and technology to optimize plant operations.

By Andreas Eschbach and Dr. Andy Brazier
Courtesy: Cincinnati Incorporated/Steve Rourke, CFE Media and Technology
Workforce Development December 19, 2021

Achieving technical excellence through continuing education

Actively working to develop team members for a long-term career with a company is paramount

By Jack Smith