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Inaugural conference addresses lab managers’ greatest challenges
The recruiting process requires expert research skills to identify potential candidates who will fit the defined qualifications
An important part of managerial responsibility is to ensure an overall satisfactory work environment
Along with hiring the right people, creating a good work environment is also required to help foster and maintain a solid workplace culture
Tech-savvy and committed, millennials can bring a lot to today's labs
The labor market has seen a sharp increase in the number of free agents who choose to operate independently, moving as desired from job to job.
Considerable time and resources are invested in the laboratory design process—to select the best equipment, products, and software tools. But just as important as lab design is the recruitment and retention of skilled employees.
When the workforce consisted mainly of baby boomers, organizations were able to get away with a broad, blanket approach to workforce management.
Ducks and water. Birds and sky. Squirrels and trees. Some things just fit their environments perfectly. Similarly, with their technological savvy, millennials could be considered the perfect fit for the laboratory, according to the lab managers we spoke with.