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Keys to Utilizing Contract Employees for Projects

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Business is booming, and it’s hard to keep up with the volume of work. This is a good problem to have, but it’s still an issue you need to tackle immediately. Right now, your company is flooded with projects, but you’re nervous about bringing on more full-time employees. While this might be necessary in the… Read more »

Top Reasons Why You Should Be Skilled in SolidWorks

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As an engineer, you’re certainly familiar with SolidWorks — a solid modeling computer-aided design and engineering program — but you haven’t really dug into it. It’s time to stop thinking about learning this software and finally immerse yourself in it. Whether you’re thinking about looking for a new job or seek advancement at your current… Read more »

Importance of Proper Recordkeeping After a Work Accident

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Recently, at least one of your employees was injured on the job. You feel terrible about this and want to do everything in your power to promote their speedy recovery. Providing direct support — i.e., workers’ compensation and get well wishes — to the accident victim(s) is crucial, but it’s also important to create proper… Read more »

5 Ways to Show Management You’re Ready for More Responsibility

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You’ve been in your current job for awhile now, and you’re comfortable with all the responsibilities on your plate. As an ambitious person, you enjoy challenging work, but right now you’re not getting that rush you crave. Clearly, you’re ready to take on more, so it’s time to show your boss you can handle it…. Read more »

Quick Tips on Managing a Team That’s Older Than You

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Becoming a manager is a major step in your career. Whether you were promoted internally or joined a new company to move up the ladder, you’re probably feeling simultaneously excited and terrified — especially because you’re managing people older than you. Millennials compose more than one-third of the workforce, according to the Pew Research Center,… Read more »

Worker Safety Tips to Prepare for the Summer Heat

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Summer officially begins in one month, but temperatures are already starting to heat up. This is great for pool days but can make for very dangerous working conditions. Whether you’re an employer in charge of workers who will be out in the heat or one of those workers, knowing how to stay safe is essential…. Read more »

Engineering Careers That Are In Demand Now

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Engineering is a fantastic field to work in, but it’s very broad. If you’re thinking of becoming an engineer, it’s important to thoroughly research all specialties to find your best fit. Since you want to have plenty of employment opportunities at your fingertips, you’ll also need to find out which areas have the best job… Read more »

How to Use Facebook Jobs in Your Job Search

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Facebook has long been a great place to stay in touch with family and friends, but these days, the social networking site can also help you find work. Launched in 2017, Facebook Jobs allows you to search for and apply for work without leaving the site. Chances are, you probably log a lot of hours… Read more »

Here Are the Best Management Styles and How to Implement Them

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Being a manager is hard work. Beyond your company’s HR manual, this high-profile leadership position doesn’t come with a handbook, so you have to find your own way. Generally speaking, your management style will be largely reflective of your personality, which can be a good or bad thing. For example, if you’re someone who tends… Read more »

Stay Versatile in Your Engineering Role by Learning These Key Skills

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As with most jobs, technology is having a major impact on the engineering world. New advancements are effectively changing the look and feel of the role. Consequently, you ’ll need to sharpen your skills to keep up with these changes and evolve into a modern engineer. Traditionally, engineers were primarily concerned with fit, form, and… Read more »

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