Preparing for career changes as an engineer
Manufacturing operations are constantly changing, and engineers can stay ahead of the curve by volunteering and learning as much as possible.
Three career tips for engineers
Engineering Leaders Under 40 winner Michael Horth offers advice for young engineers on how to succeed and thrive in the workforce.
Manufacturers remain confident despite challenges
A survey by Sikich finds more than two-thirds of manufacturers remain optimistic about their business prospects despite supply chain and talent challenges.
Remote condition monitoring can alleviate worker shortages
Core maintenance KPIs are tied to increased work completion, reduced backlogs and improved mean-time-to-repair.
Inclusivity is key to promoting STEM education
A North Carolina State University study finds that one key to promoting STEM education is making classrooms feel more inclusive.
Hiring for skills becoming popular trend
Focusing on people’s combined skills allows an employee to hire the right person for the job who can start immediately and be effective.
Three ways to engage your workforce in 2022
Expectations for the workforce are constantly changing and it can be challenging to keep them engaged. Three tips on engaging, training and securing a more remote workforce are highlighted.
A profile in perseverance
Plant engineers put themselves on the front line on a daily basis. Learn more about the results from the 2021 Plant Engineering salary survey.
Top 5 Plant Engineering articles Jan. 17-23, 2022
Articles about the benefits behind cycle-based PM, PSM compliance training according to OSHA, worker safety in semiconductor fabs, and more were Plant Engineering’s five most clicked articles from Jan. 17-23, 2022. Miss something? You can catch up here.
How to improve workplace technology adoption
Phased rollouts of new technology allow greater control of how digital solutions are implemented and applied by employees