AAMA to Present Webinar About US labor Shortage and Retention

Window & Door
July 16, 2019
Meetings & Events

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association's Western Region will host a webinar titled "U.S. Labor Shortage and Retention" on Aug. 6, covering the current labor shortage and how to retain skilled employees. John Manzella, a global business and economic analysis expert, will lead the webinar.

"This webinar will help attendees better understand current labor trends, more accurately assess and reduce risks, and better prepare for what's ahead," says Manzella.

The presentation will focus on the worsening U.S. labor and skills deficit. It will cover the difficulties of hiring and retaining workers, the causes of the deficit, the impact on companies and strategies firms have or are considering to reduce risks. The second half of the webinar with feature a live discussion of these issues, followed by a question and answer session with Manzella.

"The labor shortage in America is felt keenly by our industry," says Mark Wolonsky, H.B Fuller, president of the AAMA Western Region Board of Directors. "Knowing how to keep trained employees and recruit new ones is crucial to maintaining and improving our businesses."

Visit the AAMA online store to register. The webinar is available to AAMA members at a cost of $25 and non-members for $50. Questions regarding registration may be directed to education@aamanet.org