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It’s easy for an executive to get lost in the demanding, broad responsibilities of the work and lose touch with the impact that your products actually have on the ground level, with the customers who use them. I had an experience last week that brought this point to light. Blog post by Suzana Delanghe
Missouri has a severe labor shortage, and it could get worse.
That’s the sobering lesson of Workforce 2030, a new report commissioned by the Missouri Chamber of Commerce. The chamber hired Gallup to survey 1,000 employers, whose responses were pretty gloomy.
St. Louis County is pleased to announce that it has achieved ACT Certified Work Ready Community (CWRC) status. States, counties and economic development agencies across the United States have adopted the ACT Work Ready Communities program as a means of providing employers evidence of a skilled workforce.
A job-ready workforce, lower cost of living, premier freight assets, growth potential and a lack of traffic congestion compared to other U.S. cities are among the top reasons given by several companies in the logistics industry as to why they have established businesses operations in the St. Louis, Missouri region. Representatives from Procter & Gamble, DNJ Intermodal Services, LLC, and Giltner St. Louis participated in a recent panel discussion hosted by the St. Louis Regional Freightway.
The Boeing Company in St. Louis uses ACT® WorkKeys® solutions to support assembly
mechanic pre-employment training.