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Tag: workforce development

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Factors that might make or break 2022

January 26, 2022By and

Martin Stone Quarries owner Rod Martin, who serves on the Pennsylvania Aggregates & Concrete Association’s Executive Committee, shared some of the topics industry leaders are currently focused on across the Keystone State.

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How to retool your business for millennials

July 2, 2021By

The right business environment can motivate younger workers. Find out what it takes to be a millennial-friendly business in the aggregate industry.

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The top issues South Carolina aggregate producers face

November 23, 2020By and

Vulcan Materials’ Elliott Botzis, the president of the South Carolina Aggregates Association discusses key issues SCAA committees are currently working on.

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MACC Tech is a two-year program designed to provide students with basic knowledge of aggregate production, asphalt and concrete production, and construction equipment and techniques. Photo:

Ohio program to provide welcome workforce solution

July 31, 2019By

MACC Tech, a groundbreaking program on the horizon in the Buckeye State, aims to prepare the next generation of industry employees.

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The workforce challenge that isn’t going away

June 24, 2019By

While producers and manufacturers struggle to find quality people and keep them on board, progressive companies are getting creative to build their future workforce.

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Today, Turner Mining Group employs over 150 miners through several different projects across the United States. Photo courtesy of BuildWitt Media.

P&Q Profile: Turner Mining Group’s Keaton Turner

April 5, 2019By

P&Q talks workforce development, the future of the aggregate industry and a summer outlook with Keaton Turner, president of Turner Mining Group.

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Accenture’s Gaston Carrion addresses the International Mining & Resources Conference. Photo courtesy of International Mining & Resources Conference

Who will run your future mine?

February 27, 2019By

Gaston Carrion, talent and organization lead for Accenture’s resources practice in Australia and New Zealand, discusses the future of labor in mining.

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Determining who will run your future mine

October 31, 2018By

As the use of autonomous vehicles and other advanced technologies increases, the profile of the future mining workforce could change by up to 80 percent by 2024.

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