Bridge knowledge gaps & unlock efficiencies
According to US Bureau of Labor Statistics, 30% of the water industry’s workforce will be retiring in the next 10 years, triggering the loss of institutional knowledge, skills, and experience. This shift can impact the performance and reliability of systems and processes that are critical to public health and the environment.
The urgency to adopt and integrate modern tools to address the aging workforce has never been stronger. Workforce changes are inevitable, but loosing historical processes and data can be prevented.
In this webinar, we will introduce tools and strategies to proactively safeguard your team against workforce changes and profound knowledge loss. You will learn how to retain processes, historical data, and generations of industry knowledge while also attracting a new pool of tech-savvy talent.
Drawing on real-life successes of industry peers Penn Yan, NY, and the City of Columbia, SC, Aquatic Informatics’ Jason Jones and Kaylen Everhart will showcase the practical ways that facilities can leverage software tools in their continuity planning.
Join us to learn how to bridge the gap & empower your workforce with easy-to-use software, automated processes, simplified reporting, and accessible insights.
- Why the adoption of modern technology can improve operational efficiency, overcome succession planning, and make the industry more attractive to a younger workforce.
- How consolidating data empowers knowledge transfer, collaboration, and remote work to reduce the burden of change management.
- Practical ways easy-to-use software can bridge skill gaps and be more accessible to varying level of skill
Discover how to leverage operations & compliance data management to foster a culture of empowered remote work, knowledge sharing, collaboration, and engagement across your facility.
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