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Talent

Does US Manufacturing Have a Child Labor Problem?

May 30, 2024
Incidents of child labor violations in the U.S. have risen since the pandemic.

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Download the list of the 500 largest US public manufacturers in an easy to read .pdf format
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Fix Your Operations First, Then Technology Can Shine

May 29, 2024
Digital transformation can help you get to your goals, but the foundational work needs to happen first.
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Talent Advisory Board: Building Better Teams

May 29, 2024
IndustryWeek's panel of workforce experts discuss effective teambuilding.
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Cybersecurity

Manufacturing Is #1 in Cyber Attacks for Third Straight Year. What Can Be Done?

May 29, 2024
Eighty-five percent of incidents could have been mitigated with patching, multi-factor authentication or least-privilege principles, an IBM study found.
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Recruiting / Retention

What’s the Big Deal about Unconscious Bias?

May 23, 2024
Being more aware of how you communicate is a natural step toward creating a manufacturing culture where women want to work.
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Leadership

So That Happened: US Steel/Cleveland Cliffs in a War of Words

May 22, 2024
IndustryWeek editors discuss that story and some glue companies getting stuck together, using AI to land a job and why digitalization is hard.
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Technology and IIoT

IIoT Means Nothing and No One Uses Generative AI

May 22, 2024
IndustryWeek’s 2024 technology survey digs into data collection and analysis, cuts through AI hype, indicates new interest in automation and suggests one of our predictions this...

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Talent

Calling All High Schoolers: How Is Manufacturing a Part of Your Life?

May 10, 2024
Enter an essay contest run by and for teens who are passionate about opportunities and innovation in the industry.

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Supply Chain

Ship That Destroyed Baltimore Bridge Towed Back Into Port

May 20, 2024
Moving the nearly 1,000-foot container vessel is a major step in reopening the key shipping channel.

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Regulations

Production Pulse: EPA Regulatory Actions Hit Overdrive in April

April 25, 2024
Two rulings on PFAS forever chemicals and Clean Air Act Enforcement on vinyl production are signs that regulators are getting rules finalized in case of an administration change...
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Leadership

Production Pulse: The Loss of Baltimore's Key Bridge

April 4, 2024
Manufacturing, supply chain, construction equipment, safety and road and bridge experts discuss the tragedy in Maryland.
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Production Pulse: 2024 Election's Impact on Manufacturing

March 21, 2024
Manufacturing experts in the machine tool, food and pharmaceutical industries discuss how Washington is addressing the manufacturing world and what's at stake in the Biden-Trump...