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Manufacturers helped the nation pull through the Great Recession, and the sector is experiencing what some participants at FABTECH 2013 are calling a renaissance. A panel of manufacturing professionals discussed the state of the industry Monday during FABTECH, North America’s largest conference on metal manufacturing and technology. Read more


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Data shows that organized labor in the manufacturing industry has been on the decline for years. Yet questions remain as to why. Is it because unions are outdated and irrelevant to today’s business environment? Or is it the result of companies threatening and intimidating workers?  Read more


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As the U.S. manufacturing industry struggles to find fresh talent, retaining and rewarding existing workers becomes increasingly important. While there are many ways to keep staff engaged and happy, one often-neglected method is the performance review process. Read more


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At the Women in Manufacturing Summit in Dearborn Mich., Diana Perreiah, the vice president of Alcoa’s Building and Construction Systems business, gave this exclusive interview with ThomasNet News about the company’s advanced manufacturing efforts and honed in on the company’s desire to attract and retain more women in the workforce.  Read more


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At the Women in Manufacturing Summit in Dearborn, Mich. Sherry Welsh, leadership business coach and the founder of Blue Sky Transformations, gave ThomasNet News an exclusive interview about exercises for women to help them interact with others in the workplace. Read more


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In Average is Over: Powering America Beyond the Age of the Great Stagnation, economist Tyler Cowen presents solutions to the challenges outlined in his New York Times bestseller The Great Stagnation. Read more


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Aging out of a job is apparently becoming passe’, as more Americans continue to work beyond retirement age. Whether embarking on a new career or sticking with long-held positions, seasoned workers should follow certain strategies to achieve success, career experts advise.
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