Workforce and skills
With staff retention an increasingly important issue for manufacturers, Ed Hussey – director of HR services at accountancy firm, Menzies LLP – compares several incentive schemes which help boost loyalty, productivity and motivation.
Atos and The Manufacturer have launched a brand new series of “Industry Insight” videos, featuring exclusive insight from key players in the market.
With an estimated 50 billion devices connected to the internet by 2020, Terry Greer-King, director of cyber security for Cisco - UKI & Africa, discusses cybercrime in the fourth industrial revolution.
Several MACH 2016 exhibitors offered visitors the chance to shake hands with a ‘cobot’ – advanced collaborative robots which work alongside human counterparts.
Machine tools are the cornerstone of the UK manufacturing industry, used directly and indirectly in every sector from aerospace to oil & gas. Victoria Fitzgerald caught up with Group Product Manager Europe at Yamazaki Mazak, Alan Mucklow, to get his take on the sector’s health.
Planview's Carrie Nauyalis explains why, when it comes to effective innovation, ideas alone just aren't enough.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is looking to recognise the engineers and technicians who have made considerable contributions to either individual companies or the industry as a whole.
As the US heads towards the November election with presidential candidates promising a brighter future, new research has revealed that one in three US factory workers still rely on welfare assistance.
The Lean Top 25 report, published by The LMJ, celebrates 25 trailblazing individuals from around the world who are shining examples of lean excellence and continuous improvement.
The possibilities for additive manufacturing are infinite. Dr Greg Gibbons explains why.