Within the last few years, registered apprenticeship programs have become a growing part of national, state, and regional workforce planning strategies, making them a strong option for building a talent pipeline with advanced skills to operate new and emerging technologies. As industries like agriculture, health care, cybersecurity, manufacturing and more
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Later this year, new rules are expected to be issued, standardizing what and how large public companies report on ESG (environment, social and governance). Even if your business is not subject to these rules, it will likely feel the impact, so it’s a good idea to get acquainted with ESG
Elected officials, the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA), business leaders, and others were holding their collective breath waiting to see if debt ceiling negotiations would result in the repeal or alleviation of Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 174 changes, but no such luck. So, IRC Section 174 –
Survey after survey is showing the same thing – businesses need to get back to basics to create the type of work environment that attracts and keeps employees. With almost 50% of employees looking for a new job in the first half of 2023 (Solutions, 2022), creating a workplace that attracts
For years now, there has been a lot of discussion about the transformative powers 5G will have on manufacturing and the world. There have also been numerous discussions questioning whether its capabilities have been overexaggerated. As we enter year five of the discussion and transformation, it looks like 5G is
For the last several months, numerous reports have tried to answer the same question: “Is manufacturing in a recession?” Just when we think we know the answer, something changes. In January, the National Association of Manufacturers shared the results of its Outlook Survey for the fourth quarter of 2022. Results
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