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Finding Top Candidates to Complete Your Workforce


When you’re a well-known company like Nestle, Pfizer, or Fluor, recruiting the nation’s top engineering and maintenance or operations management professionals can be as simple as tweeting “We’re hiring.”  However as a smaller business or start-up, recruiting the top candidates for your work force can be a challenge.  Here are three ways in which any… Read more »

Looking to Land a Job? Stay Top of Mind Post Interview


You wrote the best cover letter, constructed the perfect resume, caught the hiring managers attention, and you just nailed your the interview for your dream job.  Now what?  Don’t make yourself sick checking your phone and email every five minutes for the next week and a half while the firm is undergoing their decision process. … Read more »

Top Maintenance and Engineering Jobs for February


Maintenance Supervisor An important link in the management chain of command the Maintenance Supervisor is responsible to manage the Maintenance Department activities to ensure that all production and support systems are operated in the most efficient manner. The Maintenance Supervisor position is mainly responsible for the breakdown repairs and maintenance changeovers of plant production equipment. … Read more »

OSHA and Emergency Action Plans


Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthy work environment.  In an ideal world there would be no workplace accidents or emergencies, but unfortunately that is not the case.  Therefore, under regulation 1910.38 the OSHA requires businesses to have a plan of action in case of an… Read more »

A New Year Means a Fresh Outlook on Hiring


Statistics have shown that more new hires are made in the first quarter than any other time of the year.  With 2014 upon us, it’s the perfect time to reconsider your hiring strategy.  A new employee is one of the biggest investments your company can make, so it’s essential that the hiring process be given… Read more »

Use Your Resume to Stand Out During an Engineering Job Search


As the job market gets more and more competitive, making sure your resume stands out is essential.  Not only is the resume is arguably the first impression you make on a recruiter; it decides whether or not you get an interview.  Because the engineering field is very technical, there are some extra steps you should… Read more »

OSHA Update— Vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating work platforms


As you start the New Year, it’s important to make sure your organization is up to date on the latest safety regulations from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.  Today we’ll take a look at the regulations for vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating work platforms, and the specific requirements for ladder trucks, extensible boom platforms, electrical… Read more »

The Growth of Engineering Employment in the New Year


Due to the state of the economy and an ever more competitive job market, many millennials have found it a challenge to find jobs in their field as they graduate college.  More jobs have been available in the science and medical fields than the arts, but even for engineering grads; getting a job isn’t as… Read more »

Focusing to 2014 – A look at the Future


As we set into the last week of 2013, it’s time to take one last look at your annual goals.  Did you achieve all you set out to?  Is your organization where it should be? What do you need to focus more on for next year?  Take a step back, evaluate your organization, and develop… Read more »

OSHA Update—Whistleblowers Can Now File Complaints Online


Earlier this month, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration launched an online form to provide workers a new way to file complaints online.   Under the OSHA, employers are responsible for providing safe and healthy workplaces for their employees.  This new form will help hold employers accountable by giving workers an additional way to speak out… Read more »

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