Manufacturers are hiring -- but can expanding companies maintain the productivity savings that allowed for output during the downturn? The key is to take the time to ensure that each new employee is trained in the efficient, productive methods companies have learned, writes Matthew Marciniak. "Employers must take a lesson from the downturn by increasing labor in a slow, steady manner that is supported by training and organizational roadmaps designed to maximize the value of each employee," he writes.

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