Manufacturing Workforce - 2023

Building avenues for tomorrow's industrial manufacturing workforce, today!


New technologies are changing the face of manufacturing—from 3D printing, robotics, the industrial Internet of Things, to autonomous vehicles. Factories are becoming increasingly connected, as machines talk to one another and to humans. Automation and autonomy reach new milestones, too, as robots become more independent, mobile and take on more human attributes. However, employees are jittery over 4IR’s impact on job security and changing roles.

As organisation's in the Industrial Manufacturing Industry evolve, it is pertinent that they consider how the different changes and trends are impacting their workforce; these include sustainability and digital trends which are shaping the future of work in the industrial manufacturing industry.

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The case for change is real

industrial manufacturing companies need to re-look their sustainability strategies and enable their workforce to execute upon them: Watch more here: Workforce of the Future

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Marthle du Plessis

Marthle du Plessis

Partner | Africa Workforce of the Future Leader, PwC South Africa

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Vinesh Maharaj

Vinesh Maharaj

Smart Manufacturing Lead, PwC South Africa

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Harshini Vallabh

Harshini Vallabh

Senior Manager, Workforce of the Future Industrial Manufacturing Industry Lead, PwC South Africa

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Daniel Reddy

Daniel Reddy

Senior Manager | Manufacturing Excellence Lead, PwC South Africa

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