Manufacturing has undergone many transformations, from dirty, dark and dangerous to advanced, digital and connected. It’s all very thrilling unless you’re trying to develop a workforce strategy that can keep pace, when new roles appear as fast as others become obsolete. We help manufacturers navigate the turbulence of transformation to meet or exceed their production goals.
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What workforce challenges give you heartburn? What are your KPIs? What’s your culture like? What are your upcoming staffing needs? Our years of experience means we know the right questions to ask. And the more we know, the faster you achieve your goals.
Now, the fun part. Using what we learned, we recommend the best course of action to help you achieve your goals. Through our deep knowledge of your industry and business, paired with intelligent data and processes, we will optimize the total cost of your workforce.
Next, we deliver results. The key to delivering results is attracting better talent, hiring the right people, and making sure the best people stay. The key to our success is having the best recruiters, constantly upskilling our workforce, and using our data to make better hiring decisions for you.
We are always learning, looking for ways to get better. We perform an ongoing Workforce Review with you, leveraging our market insight, our thought leadership, and our performance to fine tune our approach. And over time, we build strong partnerships with you and your team, ensuring that we can meet whatever opportunity or challenge stands before you.
A large multinational consumer goods company was using 15 independent suppliers to provide over 800 temporary employees, which caused inconsistent delivery and the inability to leverage any efficiencies. The company has 11 different plants each running different product lines. They needed to stay as lean as possible with no extra headcount or overtime, while still maintaining a high-volume delivery schedule.Learn More →
In Michigan, a manufacturing client struggled to match talent with peak production. Manpower’s team has served the client for more than 20 years and was accustomed to surges in demand that took the normal labor force of 600 to nearly 900. However, one year, the client faced a serious challenge: Economic indicators pointed to a tightened labor market. Unemployment rates were 4.6 percent, well below the Michigan rate of 5.9 percent.Learn More →
A global consumer products company planned to expand into several new markets. However, they discovered that their existing methods for recruiting new key team members for these markets were unsuccessful. They realized that, due to their centralized corporate structure, they had little understanding of the new markets – or their competitors in these markets – to successfully attract the candidates needed by deadline.Learn More →
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