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Workforce Development May 18, 2021

How companies are winning top engineering candidates in a post-pandemic world

Hiring and retention of engineering and technology-minded talent: Industrial automation companies think creatively about attracting skilled workers. Resiliency matters during a pandemic. See related advice.

By Jeff Briggs
Educational April 27, 2021

Control Engineering April 2021 issue

Read the April 2021 digital edition to learn about IIoT for automation, smart manufacturing and smart factory acceleration, PID tuning and more.

By Control Engineering
Courtesy: Motion Industries
Workforce Development March 17, 2021

How to resolve a conflict before it manifests itself

Focus on and build healthier relationships within a workplace team

By Brock Culpepper
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
Educational February 22, 2021

CFE Media and Technology to Host Spring Virtual Training Week for Engineers

The five-day learning experience will cover a variety of topics and feature presentations from the industry’s leading experts, all of which will allow registrants to earn continuing education credit.

By CFE Media
Courtesy: Cincinnati Incorporated
Workforce Development January 31, 2021

How leaders develop individual employees and workplace culture

People are individuals and it is a leader’s responsibility to consider each candidate on an individual basis and to cultivate each employee according to his/her needs.  

By Jon Breen
Courtesy: Siemens Industry
Educational October 22, 2020

Developing a great sequence of operations: Additional answers

Applications, repairs and risk reduction, failure modes, retrofits, documentation and project scope are among additional information provided for developing a critical power sequence of operation. Take related training with a quiz for one continuing education unit (CEU).

By Zach Goldsworthy
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
Workforce Development October 19, 2020

Survey on safely remote accessing machines

Remotely accessing machines and other manufacturing assets has become necessary for many in the industry but doing it safely and securely poses a range of new and serious issues.

By CFE Media
Courtesy: Rice University
Educational July 22, 2020

Health students not hampered by distance, COVID-19 in innovation

Rice University, Malawi students design devices to help keep medical workers, public safe from COVID-19.

By Mike Williams
Courtesy: Siemens Digital Industries
Workforce Development June 15, 2020

Top 5 Control Engineering articles June 8-14, 2020

Articles about workplace distancing due to COVID-19, the 2020 career and salary, industrial controllers, IIoT, and more were Control Engineering’s five most clicked articles from June 8-14, 2020. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Keagan Gay
Leaders of MIT’s Task Force on the Work of the Future (Left to right): co-chair David A. Mindell, professor of aeronautics and astronautics, the Dibner Professor of the History of Engineering and Manufacturing at MIT; executive director Elisabeth Beck Reynolds PhD ‘10, who is also executive director of the MIT Industrial Performance Center; and co-chair David Autor, the Ford Professor of Economics at MIT and associate head of MIT’s Department of Economics. Courtesy: Melanie Gonick, MIT
Educational May 20, 2020

Task force discusses the changing world of work due to COVID-19

MIT's task force on the future of work discusses what the future of employment looks like due to the COVID-19 pandemic and what innovations might happen.

By Peter Dizikes