A recent study by Monster Worldwide Inc., found that as many as 47% of manufacturing workers were dissatisfied with their current job. They also found that 49% of manufacturing workers noted that there were more job openings now than a year ago. Where does that leave manufacturing employers? Struggling to attract and maintain their staff in many cases.
The increased recruiting focus on skilled trades and technical manufacturing has left many employers with a void for entry level production workers and inspectors. In addition, with many entry level production workers being crossed trained into new roles and moving upward within the manufacturing field, vacancies are continuing to grow for machine operators, assembly workers, and general production workers. So where does that leave employers? In a constant struggle for manufacturing workers.
If you are in need of production workers, consider a partnership with an industrial staffing agency, vocational schools in your area, or career counselors. Many have access to entry level workers who are seeking an opportunity to gain full time employment, even if it is seasonal.
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