The aggressive adoption of strategies that increase worker productivity and bridge communication gaps will be crucial in the coming year for manufacturers to keep pace with economic demands and an increasingly competitive landscape. 2022 will usher in an era of connected workers as the industry is forced to address a generational skills gap and accelerate digital transformation by prioritizing data-driven business tools. The industry depends on engaging the next generation. One of the biggest challenges for manufacturers today is attracting and retaining new talent, especially among Millennials and Gen-Z, to help address a skills gap that is on track to leave 2.1 million manufacturing jobs unfilled by 2030. The Great Resignation, or the widespread trend of workers leaving their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic, will continue to make its impact on the industry as workers demand that their voices be heard.
Veranese Promoted to CEO of AMI
With the continued growth and evolution of Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), the