Can a Robot Save an American Manufacturing Job?
Can a robot be the reason a manufacturing job stays in America? An even more important question might be, will this type of job be mutually beneficial to the company and the employee? The answer to both of these questions is trending towards an emphatic, Yes!
Introducing the second module to AICC on-line University: Corrugated Basics
Now following the successful introduction of the on-line University with its Safety Basics module, we present the second most important aspect of employee training after safety- an understanding of our industry. All this serves as a platform for onboarding new employees effectively. In those areas with federal, state, county or local pressure is on employers to increase the proficiency and educational levels of their work force. Where does one usually go to recall the elementary components and structure of the corrugated industry?
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FirstPak: It Works When You Work
The phone rings and it's a large national account needing parts for a pallet display that they are moving from Los Angeles to the very bottom of Illinois. The worst thing is they needed these puppies inside of four days. So how do you pull it off?
Leadership Questions from the Front Lines
Supervisors put it this way; "How do I get the crew to want to do a good job?" and "How can I persuade the crew to come along with me to improve our productivity?" Another wanted to know how to get senior management to listen to the wisdom from the shop floor. They questions really is, "How do we build buy-in from all levels of management, employees and our customers?"
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