Business Management - HR
Attendees will leave this webinar with an actionable list of ways to expand their company’s focus on innovation and inclusion.
A year into the pandemic, it is much more difficult to ask employees to continue to forego travel when doing so might carry the same amount of risk of other activities that are not banned. Employee travel situations present HR professionals with questions about how risky the travel was and whether the employee is increasing the risk of exposure within your facility.
Flextec Corp., a Colorado Springs, Colo.-based printer of labels and flexible packaging, has announced the appointment of Gregory D. Lowe as the company's president. Lowe has more than 30 years of industry experience in executive management.
In this session, Paul Reilly and Tom Williams will share their perspective on how best to achieve post-pandemic business recovery.
Join Adriane Harrison as she shares how to refine your HR strategy as you navigate your business through the current COVID-19 situation
The importance of workforce development is a top-of-mind issue throughout the package printing industry. Offering enticing salaries and benefits is a key component for package printers and converters to attract the next generation, so Packaging Impressions and NAPCO Research recently conducted a survey to identify salary ranges and benefits for various job titles in the industry.
This report identifies the benefits package printers and converters are offering staff and the salary ranges for key industry positions.
Finding and retaining skilled packaging production staff is a universal challenge for all segments of the packaging industry. To help identify staffing-related challenges and the actions printers and converters have taken to overcome them, NAPCO Research and Packaging Impressions have released a survey-based research report.
Finding and retaining skilled production workers is a universal challenge for all segments of the packaging industry. As a younger generation enters the workforce, package printers and converters are finding that there is a lack of awareness about the opportunities in the industry, a concern that is compounded by the aging of the current workforce.