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Workers and Employers Wield Different Tools to Win the Labor Shortage

  Even though recent reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics point to rising rates in workers going back to their jobs, influenced in part by the end of COVID Read more

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Should AV Marketers Treat Content Creators as Prosumers or Professionals?
October 15, 2021
  Key Points: 40% of people worldwide identify as content creators according to Shure and Futuresource. 40 million people are creating audio-only content like podcasts or music. Creators Read more
A Woman Seen Trip Stacking
Is “Trip Stacking” Fall’s Biggest Travel Trend?
October 15, 2021
  Key Points: Trip stacking is when travelers plan multiple trips in case one of them gets canceled due to the pandemic. Trip stacking can be a dangerous trend for small companies who can't Read more
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Trade Shows Are Back, and That Means Quality Connections for Fitness Vendors
October 15, 2021
  Key Points: For EGYM, the virtual trade show experience is efficient but lack the interpersonal experience you get from see old friends, colleagues, and fitness vendors at in-person trade Read more
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Workers and Employers Wield Different Tools to Win the Labor Shortage
September 22, 2021
  Even though recent reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics point to rising rates in workers going back to their jobs, influenced in part by the end of COVID Read more
Construction Firms Aim To Maintain Resiliency Despite Many Challenges
September 1, 2021
According to new research from Sterling Seacrest Partners, the labor shortage the worry for the construction industry. We asked Jad Buckman, the Business Development Director for Read more
Stacking Challenges From Labor to Material Costs Threaten New Construction
August 31, 2021
The construction industry is in a precarious place, the demand is through the roof but shortages between labor and supplies threaten the supply of new construction. The Host of Read more
Issues Facing the Autonomous Technology Supply Chain in 2021 and Beyond
July 29, 2021
Today's supply chain faces several compounding issues that were difficult to predict a year and a half ago. There are numerous short and long-term effects of COVID to deal with, Read more
How to Overcome Skilled Labor Shortages in the United States
July 14, 2021
Demand for American manufactured goods is soaring, and March 2021 set a three-year high for U.S. manufacturing activity. Yet, there are currently 500,000 skilled labor positions Read more
The Remedy For Unfilled Manufacturing Jobs
July 1, 2021
The labor shortage in the U.S. is reaching crisis level. Even with mass vaccine rollout, there’s still about 10 million people unemployed, and the economy only gained about 266,000 jobs in Read more
Flintco Forward: The Challenges and Advantages of Being a Woman in Construction
March 7, 2020
Bhavna Nim, Sarah Nario, and Alex Janota are just three of Flintco's many female professionals succeeding in the heavily male-dominated construction industry. On this episode of the Flintco Read more
Conversations from The EDGE: How Do We Attract Young Workers to Skilled Trade Industries?
August 13, 2019
  The US student loan debt hovers at $902 billion. Meanwhile, Millennials and Gen Z’ers are unable to find jobs with their four-year degrees. Their debt continues to mount as they work any Read more
NN Inc. Job Opportunity: Learning From the Very Best as a Tool Maker Apprentice
May 15, 2019
  All areas of manufacturing are feeling the same strain. With an aging workforce and younger generations moving away from these types of jobs, there is a looming labor shortage that only Read more