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The tight labor market has especially impacted trade industries as they try to build skilled, well-trained workforces while keeping pace with business needs and consumer demand.
For companies such as Siemens and Murphy Door, safety is a critical part of their product installations, which adds a layer of complexity.
Siemens Sparks Innovation
According to the National Electrical Contractors Association, 10,000 electricians retire every year while only 7,000 new professionals are joining the workforce. This “severe, nationwide shortage” makes it difficult for organizations that depend on electrical contractors to continue to grow their revenue while adhering to strict safety standards.
Siemens, one of the biggest industrial manufacturing companies in the world, recently rolled out the P5 Power Panel, their largest electrical distribution panel. Realizing their industry is being disrupted by a shortage of skilled labor, Siemens had to find a better way to support their distributor network.
Murphy Door Unlocks Hidden Benefits
Murphy Door needed to reduce installation friction to relieve their sales team of time-consuming support calls. As an industry innovator in creative door solutions, the company manufactures hidden doors, drawers, bookshelf systems, closet spaces, and beds.
Since partnering with BILT, their sales teams have nearly doubled their sales and significantly reduced support calls.
BILT Intelligent Instructions®
As the current workforce continues to evolve in the skilled trades industry, the demand for qualified personnel has increased. Take a look at some practices that will support your recruiting and retention efforts.
“It’s a tool like we’ve never had before—there’s no better way to virtually experience a product. BILT makes it possible to train employees thoroughly.” –Rodger Schmidt, Technical Trainer at ASSA ABLOY
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