A novel staffing and recruiting concept for the streamlining of human talent into the technical industry. The IPDC's tri-stage approach has proven to more effectively facilitate the transition from high school to post-graduate employment.
Engineering employers are finding that graduates are not ready to begin contributing productively when they enter the workforce.
An enormous part of the current technical workforce is eligible to retire within the next 5 years. Who will take their place?
Quality technical staff is hard to find, and even harder to keep. Many agencies have trouble attracting young talent.
At a performance review for one of the IPDC’s Stage 3 students after 90 days of employment, the direct manager said:
“How soon can we get another one?”
AYB presented a poster and published a technical paper regarding the IPDC during the 2020 Waste Management Symposium. AYB has the program active in the commercial and private market and currently in multiple stages of integrating the IPDC into the DOE community.
Would you like to have a regional IPDC of your own, adapted for your local community? Let us do a feasibility study to determine the key factors to making that happen!