Sen. Richard T. Moore and Rep. Kevin J. Kuros visited Lampin to award our employee-owners with a $74,100 state Workforce Training Fund grant. As mentioned in the press release, the grant will enable Lampin Corporation to train 30 employees and create two new jobs.

Lampin is a results-driven company committed to continuous improvement. By looking for ways to improve, we increase the productivity and quality of our precision manufacturing and precision assembly. We meet these objectives by using resources that allow all employee-owners to actively participate. The Workforce Training Fund grant enables Lampin to do that effectively.

Recently, MassMEP administered Lampin’s first of eight four-hour S.M.A.R.T. Goals training sessions. S.M.A.R.T. stands for: Specific and Strategic, Measurable, Attainable and Agreed to, Relevant, Time-framed and Tracked. Rick Budlong, a member of MassMEP, teaches our employee-owners the simple but effective tool to successfully break down goals into specific and individual goals.

Using the S.M.A.R.T. Goal process, it’s easier for our employee-owners to reach our annual and quarterly objectives. Each person develops their individual goals with their supervisor or manager, defining what they believe they need to accomplish to improve their work. The goals always support a higher level objective that benefits the success of the entire company, and subsequently, our customers.

“The Workforce Training Fund enables local businesses to remain competitive and grow,” stated Sen. Moore in the press release. “I applaud Lampin for taking advantage of these resources to enhance the skills of its employees and meet its business needs, while contributing to economic growth across the Commonwealth and within our region.”

This project is funded by a Workforce Training Fund grant through the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development. The grant program is administered by the Commonwealth Corporation.

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