NMMA publishes workforce best practices guide

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The workforce shortage impacts many industry segments, from manufacturing to service and repair.

The workforce shortage impacts many industry segments, from manufacturing to service and repair.

The National Marine Manufacturers Association developed a guide to help business owners address the industrywide workforce shortage.

The Workforce Development Best Practices Reference Guide aims to help businesses “navigate proven hiring and retention practices” to create and sustain a “talent pipeline.”

“As you evaluate your strategy to recruit and retain employees, it’s important to remember that there is no one-size-fits all solution to this issue,” the NMMA stated in its Currents newsletter. 

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