Rethink Robotics, June 22, 2018 – “Attendance and attitude. I can teach the rest.” That’s how Gary Fox, plant manager at Cox Container, described what he looks for in an employee.
You might think it would be easy to hire and retain workers based solely on those attributes. But for tedious factory jobs that are often dull and repetitive, attracting employees who not only show up every day, but are willing to do the same task over and over again is a difficult endeavor. That, along with low unemployment, is a large part of why this plastics blow molding manufacturer in Troy, AL, turned to collaborative robots as a solution to its labor issues. To continue reading this article, click here.