women in manufacturing

Manufacturers have many challenges in 2021, but the dominant one emerging is attaining and maintaining a strong staff. A warehouse or production line is nothing without a quality workforce that can navigate efficiency and safety. This means discovering new candidate categories previously overlooked, and the results have been very positive. Change is coming, and manufacturers are ready to evolve. The good news is, women are taking over the manufacturing industry

Creating Culture

Hiring women for open manufacturing roles allows for the benefit of perspective. You can add new voices to the conversation to help innovation in the industry. You can also focus more on the quality of your company culture. These days, you need to stand up for your staff and work to cultivate an environment that supports every worker on the job. Support female employees by supporting all of your employees.


Women in manufacturing are focused on the task at hand while also looking to the future. Too often, women are disproportionately ignored for a new role or promotion. Share the accomplishments of women in your workforce. Make it your responsibility to amplify their voices and connect them with the right steps to achieve success.

Get More For Your Money

A Deloitte study of hundreds of women in manufacturing found that when you hire female candidates, you earn more. Statistically, a team that has more women is more profitable in manufacturing, so they are clearly worth your investment.  If you want to compete and set the industry standard, you need women in positions of authority. A balanced work environment is more productive and thus, better for your bottom line.

Work with Davis Staffing

Hiring women for your workforce? Find pre-screened qualified candidates in the Chicago area through Davis Staffing. Our experts can match you with the right recruit for any job – contact us today!