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Understand the Root Causes of Manufacturing’s Labor Shortage and Employing Technology to Help

Long before the global pandemic sparked a great resignation across industries, manufacturing had been plagued by labor shortages for years. In fact, Deloitte estimates manufacturing could lose 2.1 million jobs by 2030.

Fueled by misconceptions about the outdatedness of manufacturing as an industry, younger generations prefer higher-tech fields. Also, the misconception that automation is replacing humans at manufacturing jobs further pushes new talent away. To add, baby boomers are retiring and the generation replacing them wants to feel valued and heard in the roles. The manufacturing industry is coming up short on talent and the creative perks needed to attract and retain them.

Fortunately, technology can help. Employers around the world are using employment technology to transform their industries from the inside out to stem the tide of growing labor shortages and gain an advantage.

Download the Redzone eBook Solving Manufacturing’s Labor Crisis With a New Connected Workforce to see how workforce technology can help manufacturers who are facing labor challenges:

  • Reinvent the employee experience to attract and retain top talent
  • Empower frontline employees to be more productive, engaged, and committed to the business
  • Improve transparency and collaboration to drive productivity gains and employee satisfaction