Tooling U-SME to Facilitate Industry Discussion on Attracting and Retaining Millennials in Manufacturing

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Free webinar to address the skills gap, offer insights on engaging the next generation workforce

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With 75 million millennials (those between the ages of 18 and 34) potentially looking for rewarding careers, and manufacturing facing an estimated skills gap of 600,000 positions, it is essential that manufacturers not only understand this generation, but take the appropriate measures to attract and retain.

John Hindman, manager of Learning Services, Tooling U-SME, will facilitate a discussion on the millennial generation and what developmental approaches are key to their engagement and retention. Toni Neary, education specialist, Tooling U-SME, and Mike Munday, CEO and owner of Arwood Machine Corporation will also join the conversation. Munday will provide his insight into minimizing the skills gap with a millennial workforce through strong learning and development programs.

Tooling U-SME will release a corresponding white paper on June 18.

What:     Tooling U-SME Webinar – Embracing Millennials: Closing the Manufacturing Skills Gap and Gaining a Competitive Advantage
When:     Thursday, June 18, 2 p.m. eastern
Where:     Online registration

Presented by: Tooling U-SME. Tooling U-SME delivers versatile, competency-based learning and development solutions to the manufacturing community, working with thousands of companies including more than half of all Fortune 500® manufacturing companies, as well as educational institutions across the country. Tooling U-SME partners with customers to build high performers who help their companies drive quality, productivity, innovation and employee satisfaction. A division of SME, an organization that connects people to manufacturing solutions, Tooling U-SME can be found at, or follow @ToolingU on Twitter.

Webinar contact: Steve Sternicki, 313-425-3067, ssternicki(AT)

Media contact: Beth Oates, 313-425-3190, boates(AT)

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