In addition to better pay and communication, workers in the manufacturing sector want to feel empowered in areas such as scheduling and paid sick leave. (Photo: uwimages – Fotolia)

The challenges of attracting and retaining employees have never been more front and center for employers, yet the discussion often is frustratingly general—with little focus on what specific industries should do to address the concerns of their workers.

A new study from TeamSense dives into the specifics of manufacturing jobs and the challenges they face during the Great Resignation. The report, “2022 Trends & Forecasts: Human Resources in Supply Chain & Manufacturing, How Industry 4.0 Will Play Out,” was written by TeamSense experts who have a background in the manufacturing world. TeamSense provides digital solutions for employee engagement and management, and the new report suggests a number of ways to improve the use of technology.

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