Utilizing state and federal resources to launch an export program is a great place to start. They provide excellent content on what to consider and how to choose your best export market. Below are links to two recent posts from the U.S. Department of Commerce. Export Planning Includes… – Short Video – outlines the key […]
During CCAT’s webinar last week Colin Cooper, the states Chief Executive Manufacturing Officer discussed several items of interest including: Opening Requirement for Businesses Additional Funding for Manufacturers PPE and Testing Materials As of May 20th, several businesses were able to open, including outdoor dining and recreation. Those businesses need to perform a self-assessment to demonstrate […]
In a recent article posted on www.defenseone.com, several defense manufacturers discussed their hiring plans. The aerospace industry has been hit hard as passenger travel is down 96%; however, the defense industry is going strong with deadlines to be met. Many of the contractors are moving employees from the commercial side to the defense side of […]
By Jennifer Gaggion, Design Your Monday, LLC You should treat the physical space of your work environment like software. That’s the thinking of Mark Levy, Global Head of Employee Experience at Airbnb. With software, you experiment, upgrade, evolve, and change and you can (and should!) do the same with work environments. Are you getting the most […]
The Connecticut Manufacturing Resource Group (CTmrg) in conjunction with the Hartford Business Journal (HBJ) is hosting a workforce summit geared towards the specific challenges manufacturers face regarding workforce recruitment and retention.
We’re inviting manufacturing company owners and HR directors to attend the event to share unique solutions to their recruitment and retention challenges. More info…