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The Ongoing Impact of the Recession Series research examines how the economic recession impacted employers in the U.S. and looks specifically at topics such as recruiting and skills gaps, organizational financial health and hiring, and global competition and hiring strategies. In addition to providing overall results for U.S. organizations, SHRM has created industry-level reports for each of the eight sectors included in the sample. The original poll was conducted Aug. 18-Sept. 2, 2011, and the 2012 follow-up survey of the manufacturing industry was fielded April 20-May 4.
Noteworthy findings from the follow-up research include:
Solutions to the workforce challenges facing the manufacturing industry will be addressed in a special summit SHRM is hosting with the U.S. Department of Labor at its 2012 Annual Conference. A panel of experts, including Mark Schmit, Ph.D., SHRM’s vice president of research, will discuss findings on the economic and business factors related to the skills gap.
Roy Maurer is a staff writer for SHRM.
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