Manufacturing & Industrial Recruiting Challenges
The Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation reports that increased capital growth and higher exports will boost the U.S. manufacturing industry. In fact, it projects manufacturing to grow faster than the general economy.
The future of manufacturing faces significant challenges triggered by development in emerging markets, the accelerated rise of new technologies, sustainability policies and customer experience expectations. As manufacturing changes, the skill sets needed on the manufacturing floor are changing and organizations must shift to accommodate them.
Leading manufacturing and industrial companies understand that in order to compete for the top talent, they need best-in-class talent acquisition and contingent workforce management solutions. PeopleScout provides just that with our end-to-end manufacturing and industrial recruiting solutions. We bring strategy, talent intelligence, experience and technology together to create best-in-class talent acquisition and total workforce management solutions that begin with the sourcing the right candidate and end with making the right hire.
PeopleScout’s talent solutions include recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), managed service provider (MSP), total workforce solutions (TWS) and talent advisory capabilities. Each solution is crafted to address and solve your toughest talent challenges with programs uniquely tailored to your manufacturing and industrial hiring needs. Our goal is simple: We want to help you bridge the gap between NOW and NEXT with innovative and future-focused talent solutions.
The unified talent acquisition model delivered by PeopleScout can provide your manufacturing company with an agile solution that complements your internal recruiting team or a full-cycle program that provides strategic consultation and oversight of your entire talent strategy. Whether you are in need of new permanent hires, contingent workers or a blend of both, PeopleScout has you covered.
70% of manufacturers expect to increase the number of people that they employ over the next five years.
Gallup found that only 25% of manufacturing workers are engaged at work.
80% of manufacturers cannot find skilled workers to fill vital roles within their organization.
400,000 manufacturing jobs will go unfilled by 2028.
FROM NOW TO NEXT
Why Choose PeopleScout for Your Manufacturing & Industrial Hiring Needs?
Scalable Recruitment Solutions
Fully dedicated support teams with the ability to scale up and down to meet your manufacturing and industrial hiring needs during high and low volume hiring periods.
Global Recruiting Reach
PeopleScout’s global recruiting capabilities can provide you access to talent anywhere in the world.
Improve Candidate Experience
PeopleScout’s manufacturing and industrial recruiting solutions will help amplify the reach of your employer brand with an approach that focuses on the candidate experience.
Cutting-Edge Technology Solutions
Our proprietary talent technology Affinix can help you optimize your manufacturing and industrial recruiting by leveraging AI, recruitment marketing, machine learning and predictive analytics.
PeopleScout’s solutions deploy advanced analytics and metrics reporting to help reduce your employee turnover rate and provide you with greater ROI.
Our experience with, and access to, networks of diverse manufacturing and industrial professionals allows us to supply a steady stream of talent ready to engage with your organization.
Forward-Looking Demand Planning
Our solutions team will develop a plan that is responsive to your hiring needs, so you can more effectively manage recruiting and staffing challenges in the future.
Quality of Hire
PeopleScout’s structured hiring process, combined with our wide range of customizable manufacturing recruitment solutions, results in a high-quality talent pool.
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