Traditional automakers are in a ferocious sprint with the tech world--and industries like construction and hospitality--to hire the best robotics and software engineers. And they aren't necessarily in the lead.
Woodward Inc., an aerospace and energy systems controls manufacturer that recently built three new U.S. facilities, sees good site planning and architecture as a recruitment tool and a way to save energy for its clients....More
It’s the latest sign that China sees recruitment of foreign workers as a way to help shake its dependency on manufacturing and investment and avoid the "middle-income trap" that has stalled developing economies from Asia to South America....More
Emphasizing continual education and training will increase enterprise productivity and retain top performers. Stimulating employees’ ability to gain expertise and share it will narrow the Skills Gap....More
The thesis is more of the same from President Obama and his Administration – a public option and continued federal interference in health care markets will strengthen and improve the legacy of the Affordable Care Act....More
A new report showed 29% of small businesses said they had job openings they were unable to fill, and 15% of owners said that finding quality labor was their single most-important business problem but only 14% will hike pay....More
The decision overturns a 2004 ruling that workers who want to bargain as a single unit must first obtain the consent of both the employer supplying the temporary workers and the employer using the temps....More
Dean Kamen has invented the Segway, the iBot wheelchair and hundreds of other life-changing tools. But more than four decades into his career, his lasting legacy could well be helping turn hundreds of thousands of kids toward technology....More