Now, just how many people can we move off the floor?
This past year was most unusual, distracting and challenging, and many of those distractions and challenges appear they will remain with us well into the first half of the year. As industry begins to focus on post-pandemic planning, however, much has been learned over the past year that can and is being applied to planning for the future.
Businesses can’t plan for everything, but with the right prep they can adapt.
Haverhill, MA: November 4, 2020 – IMI, Inc., a specialty fabricator of printed circuit boards and Substrates based in Haverhill, Mass., has successfully completed an intensive audit to IPC-1791, Trusted Electronic Designer, Fabricator and assembler Requirements and has earned a Qualified Manufacturer's Listing (QML) under IPC's Validation Services program.
The pandemic created a unique environment for finding talented employees.
As communication shifts online, time management becomes a group effort.
Time management, the operative word being management, is never easy to master. Scores of books and lectures elaborate on how to stop the interruptions, focus on the important, and liberate one’s ability to get things done. Even so, the challenge has become even more elusive over the past year.
Just as Covid-19 jolted supply chains, it also disrupted how we communicate.
We must retain our new agility even after the pandemic ends.
Nothing makes you flexible like a crisis. Yet, as rough as it can be for a person to quickly shift gears, it is significantly more daunting for a corporation to do so.
It’s time to work with your employees toward reopening our doors to the world.
Working from home brings many Covid epiphanies.
Motivated by fear, businesses are valuing creativity as never before.
Over the past 60 to 90 days, I am sure I have heard the term “the new normal” at least a thousand times. Before Covid-19 has run its terrible course, I fully expect to hear it at least a zillion more. But what exactly is “the new normal?”