Looking Back at Tooling U-SME’s Progress in 2018

  • Date: December 11, 2018
  • Posted by:Jeannine Kunz, Chief Workforce Development Officer, SME

As I look back on 2018, I’m proud of the progress we’ve made. From new partnerships to product launches, we introduced initiatives and secured programs that will positively impact the training and development of the incumbent and next-generation manufacturing workforce – now and in the future. Read More.

Becoming the Best of the Best

  • Date: December 06, 2018
  • Posted by:Jeannine Kunz, Chief Workforce Development Officer, SME

The players in the top 10 are consistent high performers such as Apple, Amazon.com, Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, and Procter & Gamble. Companies are evaluated in five categories: innovation, financial strength, social responsibility, employment engagement and development, and customer satisfaction.

The Journal found that the top 50 companies distinguished themselves from the rest of the organizations on the list by consistently ranking above the others in each of the five evaluation areas. Read More.

Job Seekers and Employers Benefit From Community Training Programs

  • Date: December 04, 2018
  • Posted by:John Hindman, Director of Learning Services, Tooling U-SME

Tooling U-SME’s Industry Pulse: 2018 Workforce Manufacturing Report shows that despite feeling the impact of the workforce shortage, many manufacturers aren’t taking the necessary steps to combat the skills gap. Yet, many are, and these innovative manufacturers are reaching out to their local communities for support. Read More.