Last month, Autocam Medical Devices LLC graduated its fourth class of CNC machinist apprentices under a program that’s meant to lure young professionals to the skilled trades. John C. Kennedy, president and CEO of the contract manufacturer of medical devices, is using the program to grow his talent pipeline while the company is on the verge of a major expansion. Autocam Medical is in the process of building an additional 100,000-square-foot facility in Kentwood that will support 250 new jobs and roughly double the company’s workforce. Kennedy recently talked with MiBiz about building a talent pool amid an ongoing skilled trades shortage, as well as his leadership principles that helped guide the company through the COVID-19 pandemic.
https://autocam-medical.com/wp-content/uploads/logo_autocam_medical_350x77.png 0 0 Erica Mitchell https://autocam-medical.com/wp-content/uploads/logo_autocam_medical_350x77.png Erica Mitchell2022-01-02 18:21:582022-01-04 18:25:10MIBIZ: Autocam Medical Remains Optimistic About Building Talent Pipeline