Just as COVID-19 gets under control and begins to wane, it’s compounded by a cascade of overlapping dominoes. To varying degrees in different places and industries, shutdowns during the pandemic triggered shortages, wildly stretched supply chains, and unprecedented lead times for many technologies.
Throughout the pandemic of the last 2+ years, most organizations and industries including system integrators, process control engineers, operators, managers and support professionals worked to maintain production, and keep customers up and running. All of which, seeking new material sources, adapting designs, schedules, and project timelines, otherwise innovating to give themselves, the flexibility and resilience needed to handle recent difficulties.
According to a recent survey comprised by Control Global, looking at salaries, hiring, recruiting, and additional factors which are important to any organization, all gained despite inflation, supply chain issues, and the overarching difficulties surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic. With over 200 respondents, Control Global took a look into how organizations maintain the consistency needed to stay afloat during uncertain times. From focus on salary and benefits, opportunities for advancement and job security, to appreciation and the value of challenging work, the survey and subsequent article provides data into what matters most to employees, and what’s going on behind closed doors.
Highlighted within the article, Gray Solutions’ CEO, Walker Mattox provided insight into both how Gray Solutions grew from a company of 40 in March 2020, to well over 270+ Solutioneers at present.