There is a change in workforce dynamics within manufacturing. Here are three trends to recruit and retain a diverse and skilled workforce.
Connected worker technology is no longer a nice to have, it’s a must have, as we see a shift in digital and technology efforts due to COVID-19.
Over the past couple of weeks, as new hot spots have emerged, COVID-19 cases have risen among food processing and packaging plants. Connected worker technology can help manufacturers identify and mediate issues early on, before things spiral on the factory floor.
As manufacturers enter the recovery and rebuild phase, there are three things they can do to build resilience into their digital transformation efforts.
What are the key drivers and issues around quality facing industrial teams and management today? Learn from our latest ebook, how connected work can help you drive continuous improvement in quality management.
Begin adopting the principles of agile methodologies with modern technology, and you’ll create the innovation needed to survive these uncertain times – and future crises – throughout the organization.
Here’s a look at how connected work is positively impacting manufacturing companies.
Learn how manufacturers operating during the coronavirus can help keep their workers safe.
The uncertainty around COVID-19 has caused people to stock up – even hoard – unexpectedly on pantry and household staples. Find out how CPG companies can leverage modern technology to help meet the growing consumer demand.
Learn how Parsable's Connected Worker Platform, with commentary from Grupo Lala and LNS Research, could change the game for industrial companies.