With millions of manufacturing workers expected to retire in the next few years, millennials will need to fill these positions. As these workers have been entering the hiring pool, employers are discovering that the next generation of workers learns quite differently than they did. Manufacturers need to implement new learning and development programs that align to the way millennials learn and in what they expect out of an employer. 

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John Hindman, Manager of Learning Services, Tooling U-SME, will facilitate the discussion on the millennial generation and what developmental approaches are key to their engagement and retention. Joining in the discussion will be Toni Neary, Education Specialist, Tooling U-SME and Mike Munday, CEO and Owner, Arwood Machine Corporation, who will provide his insight into minimizing the skills gap with a millennial workforce through strong learning and development programs.
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Date Presented:
June 18, 2015 2:00 PM Eastern
Length:
1 hour
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Embracing Millennials: Closing the Manufacturing Skills Gap and Gaining a Competitive Advantage
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