There’s no such thing as a bad employee, but there may be one or two who need to be employed somewhere else. In this session we’ll be delving into the very difficult issue of managing poor performers. Studies indicate that in a typical company, about 30% of employees are actively engaged (high performers), 50% are dis-engaged (getting by), and 20% are actively dis-engaged (detrimental).
- Ron Moore
- RELIABILITY CONNECT
Erin Erickson, the Executive Director of SMRP, answers questions about upcoming case studies event and other exciting news from SMRP.
- Erin Erickson
The non-contact aspect of the technology makes it ideal for measure of assets that are inaccessible, which is common in most manufacturing facilities. Videos created through Motion Amplification enhance the understanding of the components and interrelationships creating the motion. Examples of uses are troubleshooting process lines to determine motion that produce jams or quality issues in products. Multiple examples and case studies will be highlighted ranging from a simple case of resonance or non-linear behavior to complex structures and motions.
- Jeff Hay
- RDI Technologies
In this live webinar, we will review several case studies that illustrate the utility of using a combination of infrared and ultrasound technologies to locate fault conditions...
- Drew Walts