Workforce and skills
Ford Motor Company is increasing its efforts to stem (pun intended) the increasing skills gap in the US with the announcement of four new career academies in Detroit that will serve 1,400 students.
On Saturday, medical and pharmaceutical products manufacturer, Medline, hosted its ninth annual Medline Makes a Difference Day bringing together hundreds of employees, family members and friends who spent the day providing support to local charitable organisations.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Chief Executive, Sergio Marchionne, has issued a dire warning to the global auto industry.
When venturing into a new business there are some things you can afford to scrimp on but there are tools of the trade that are a vital part of the industry.
Working on a warehouse loading dock is not only strenuous but it requires a good deal of speed.
This week leading robotics and engineering competition FIRST was held in the US city of St Louis, Missouri.
President Obama’s 2014 President’s Volunteer Service Awards (PVSA) are being presented to more than 3,000 outstanding Lockheed Martin employees during National Volunteer Week, April 12-18, and throughout the month of April.
Employees throughout the US have benefited thanks to a concept which is the most common form of employee ownership in the country.
The Chinese Government has detailed new plans to transform manufacturing in the Pearl River Delta region with the introduction of $152bn worth of automation equipment.
Thousands of workers have been left temporarily out of work and a lawsuit has been filed against General Electric (GE) after a fire blazed at their Louisville plant last week.