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eBook: Tips for Hiring and Retaining Skilled Manufacturing Workers

A skills gap is the difference between the skills required to perform a specified job, and the actual skills that employees possess. When a company or industry says they are suffering from a skills gap, this means that they are experiencing difficulties finding workers to hire who have the skills the job requires.

There is currently a skills gap affecting the manufacturing industry, making it difficult for manufacturing companies to hire skilled workers, and to retain the skilled workers they already have.

The manufacturing industry and all its stakeholders—from companies and trade associations to individual workers and students—must collectively work together to narrow the skills gap. This 5-page PDF offers tips for strategies manufacturers can use to help hire and retain their skilled workers.

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