As the economy improves, many organizations that have delayed hiring will find themselves in a significant catch-up mode. Even as manufacturers look to expand hiring to meet production and growth needs in an improving economy, there will be a lot of competition to recruit and retain young talent.
This Plant Engineering Webcast will discuss ways that organizations have to re-think their recruiting and retention strategies, such as:
Chuck Parke, University of Tennessee
Chuck Parke graduated in 1985 from the University of Tennessee, majoring in industrial engineering. After a career with companies such as TRW, Snapper Power Equipment, Maytag and Whirlpool, Parke returned to the University of Tennessee to earn his MBA, and in 2007, he accepted a faculty position with UT’s Center for Executive Education. In 2010, he accepted the position of Executive Director – Non Degree Programs at the Center for Executive Education.
Parke has been heavily involved in UT’s educational support of the aerospace and defense sectors, is lead faculty for many of the leadership development non-degree courses, and is a leadership coach for numerous executive-level MBA participants. He also supports the strategic planning and problem solving events with the Y-12 nuclear facility via a joint appointment.
Bob Vavra, Content Manager and Moderator, Plant Engineering