Posts Categorized: Northeast Ohio Employers

Finding Great Help in a Tight Market

Attract Good Talent

“It’s just hard to find good help these days.”  While that has been a common topic of conversation among business leaders throughout time, with unemployment continually reaching new lows month after month, many are struggling to even get applicants to return calls, being ghosted at interviews, and wasting precious time and money on new hires… Read More »

The best MO for Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0

Delloite polled more than 2,000 industry leaders across 19 countries to uncover how they are taking effective action, where they are making the most progress, and what sets the most effective among them apart as they leverage the power of data and technology. Here’s what they found as they discovered the best MO for Industry… Read More »

Is Your Manufacturing Firm Building a DevOps Culture?

Development and Operations integration isn’t just for Tech companies. According to this post,DevOps tenants can help manufacturers with more rapid expansion, production demands, and innovation agility. To achieve competitive growth in today’s high pressure environments, they recommend applying these tenants: Collaborate – Work more closely with all teams across the business, even those that don’t… Read More »

Quick Refresher|Parts Sourcing

Are you responsible for sourcing parts? Here are three refresher tips from Manufacturing News and Resources to make you look good in the eyes of your boss and keep your company competitive.   1. Perform A (High-Level) Sourcing Analysis 2. Think About Near-Sourcing to Possibly Offset Parts Costs 3. Build an Effective (And Repeatable) RFQ Process… Read More »

Ever wish your CNC machine could do more?

Maybe it can!   “Whenever Mr. Wentzel has had an idea—whenever there is something he wished his CNC could do—he says he likely can make it happen by asking Okuma distributor Gosiger Automation to develop an app.”  New CNC apps can save valuable time and help avoid costly mistakes.  What’s more, many are free and developed… Read More »

Need skilled robots?

As manufacturing plants have become more automated, they are requiring people with more technical skills. Projections are that by 2025 as many as 2 million manufacturing jobs will be unfilled. With demand expected to go up faster than in other industries, manufacturers will need to get creative to fill jobs. ‘“Are robots the answer for… Read More »

(Not So) Patiently Awaiting a Critical Shipment?

The BiTAS Tracking Data Framework Profile may have a solution. The what now?  The Blockchain in Transport Alliance’s new standard for tracking shipments. Read more from Material Handling & Logistics about how Blockchain can help with tracking and visibility in the global supply chain. Blockchain Standard Approved to Create Supply Chain Efficiency Get Help, Not… Read More »

Triple Bottom-Line Approach to Manufacturing

The triple bottom line – or people, planet and profit – is so much better than just profit alone. Forbes contributor Kate Harrison offers three ways to use sustainable design.  Why?  Because your customers feel more positively about you when you care about the impact you have on our planet. Read more about improving your… Read More »