AKRON, OHIO (May 31, 4:20 p.m. EDT) — Managers looking for innovative ideas on how to motivate workers and maximize productivity can gather much food for thought from the June 21 morning conference session at Plastics Encounter Cleveland. As part of the free business conference accompanying the June 19-21 trade show, a panel of processor executives will share insights into novel training programs and other initiatives.
Panelists include Wayne Wilson, corporate director for safety and training at United Southern Industries Inc. in Forest City, N.C., and Bill Saborsky, vice president of corporate human resources for Erie Plastics in Corry, Pa. Troy Nix, executive director of the Mid-America Plastics Partners Inc. trade association in Indianapolis, will moderate.
The session immediately follows a breakfast presentation by W. David Outlaw, manager of Precise Technology Inc.'s St. Petersburg, Fla., injection molding plant. He will detail how Precise, working with the Society of the Plastics Industry Inc., won state grant funds to create an ambitious satellite training program at the plant –not only for Precise employees, but also for those of competitive Florida molders.
To register or for more details, visit www.plasticsencounter.com/cleveland or call (888) 368-7229.