Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? The 2019 economy isn’t the scary monster you think it is!

It’s no surprise that there have been rumors swirling of a negative economic situation in 2019. We’ve seen lot of change in 2018 and it’s only human to feel uncertain about the unknown. The health of the economy is especially important for anyone in the business of manufacturing and staffing. Manufacturers need to be able […]

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It’s the year 2025: Are you a Digital Twin Engineer, or a Predicative Supply Network Analyst?

Deloitte & The Manufacturing Institute gives us a glimpse into the future with the who’s-who of manufacturing jobs and fills us in on how manufactures can develop the next skilled workforce in partnerships with things like A. I. and young students. By Sarah Ash       It can seem like there are two types […]

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DOL Finds FMLA Violations and Back Wages Owed at T.G.I. Fridays

 News Release 08/07/2013 “Workers should not have to choose between their job, and the family members who need their care,” said Laura Fortman, principal deputy administrator for the Wage and Hour Division. The DOL stated in a press release today that T.G.I. Fridays violated the FMLA by failing to reinstate the employee to the same […]

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