There is no surprise that COVID-19 has had a tremendous impact on companies. Manufacturers cannot attend tradeshows or hold events at this time, so they will have to rethink the way they generate leads, network and do business overall.
The Summit provides a unique opportunity for viewers to learn and share best practices, establish new relationships, and gain new opportunities. The event will focus on helping manufacturers become employers of choice by broadening the talent pipeline, fostering inclusive cultures, and upskilling the manufacturing workforce.
This webinars will cover:
- A Vision for the Future of Manufacturing in Greater Philadelphia from Barry Miller, President & CEO of DVIRC
- Business Intelligence and Advice from Brian Beaulieu, CEO & Chief Economist, ITR Economics
- Regional Labor Demand Survey & Existing Talent Supply from Joel Simon, Vice President – Workforce Strategies, Emsi Burning Glass
- Leadership & Culture: Best Practices to Attract, Retain & Grow Talent from Rich Latella, Plant Manager, New Hudson Facades; Heidi McKenna, President, The Fredericks Company; and Michael Luber, Vice President of Business Transformation & Operational Excellence, Liberty Coca-Cola Beverages
During the coronavirus pandemic, it seems that the rules for employers are changing every day as federal, state, and local lawmakers issue new regulations and requirements. Cohen Seglias attorney Jonathan Landesman will review information that every manufacturer needs to know during this crisis.
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