Do Your Employees Have the Right Protection?

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Every year thousands of workers suffer from job related injuries, which in some cases have been fatal. The office of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued some new updates regarding safety equipment for on-site employees. These updates include protective equipment, equipment labeling, personally owned equipment, hazard assessment and design, and training. Job safety… Read more »

Five Signs Your Team May Have Chemistry Issues

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While having things bubble and blow up in a science lab is usually a good sign of progress, in a business environment it could spell disaster. The ability to work well in a team is not just a wish list item HR staff are hoping for in candidates, but one that is necessary for both… Read more »

What Hiring Managers are Looking for in a Mechanic

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Can you explain viscous flow? How about the difference between inertia and the moment of inertia? Do you know how to use AutoCAD? If you’re preparing to interview for a mechanical position you had better brush up on your mechanical, hydraulic and electrical terminology. These basic principals of mechanics 101 are what hiring managers expect… Read more »

Want the Best Candidates? Get them with a Great Job Description.

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You have one job opening-one, yet you have hundreds of resumes to weed through for this one position. While this may not seem like a bad problem to have, it can be if it means spending unproductive hours of your time siphoning through mediocre resumes to find the select few that meet the criteria of… Read more »