Since early 2020 the world has witnessed a dramatic change in how businesses attract and retain employees. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, almost all business models were disrupted, adjusted, and in many cases made obsolete. The onset of inflation in late 2021 across the globe along with a skittish workforce is sure to create a vector that many businesses are unprepared for. The time for businesses to think outside of the box is now. Below are a few items that I have found that can assist in an ever-changing workplace environment. Some of these items could be considered excessive overhead by cutting into profit models, but then again so is a reduction of your workforce. In my personal experience, some of the least expensive employee programs worked just as effectively as more expensive ones. Like everything: “Take what is useful and disregard the rest.” Cross-train employees. Many loyal and hardworking employees have under utilized talents. It is up to us as managers or owners to develop a system to measure and manage these talents. Cross-training and spending some man-hours on pushing workers upward could have significant benefits and assist in staffing.
Veranese Promoted to CEO of AMI
With the continued growth and evolution of Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), the