December 2020 Issue of SMT007 Magazine Available Now


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Even in our skilled, technology-heavy industry, some entry-level manufacturing positions seem to turn over as rapidly as the drive wheels of a locomotive. You can, however, stop the churn-and-burn approach and start recruiting young, well-trained employees more likely to stay put. How, exactly? That’s what the December issue of SMT007 Magazine is all about.

As the wise conductor on The Polar Express says, "One thing about trains: It doesn't matter where they're goin'. What matters is deciding to get on."

It's time to start believing in the process of hiring and training for the long haul.

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