Talented people reluctant to switch jobs, Acker says.
BIRMINGHAM, MI – Qualified auto-industry job prospects are in hot demand, say partners of a head-hunting firm. Automakers and suppliers are wooing people with high skill sets, especially engineers, some of whom play hard to get. “No end is in sight for the need for engineering talent,” says Wim van Acker of the Hunter Group, an international executive search firm. The situation reflects improved times and contrasts with five or so years ago when a distressed auto industry ...
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