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While there’s always something exciting going on in the industrial, engineering and auto industries, we’ve picked out a few of the more interesting stories to come out recently, including what Boeing plans to do to save the 747. Further, we will touch on the latest in manufacturing and the auto industry. Saving the 747 With Read more »

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Bottlenecks in the hiring process are an issue for companies across every industry. Executives realize the longer a job remains empty – the more opportunity and productivity are lost. Often, issues arising between recruiters and hiring managers are a major source of bottlenecks. While recruiters and hiring personnel seek to reach the same objective, their Read more »

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All companies must deal with all legal and liability issues and therefore have to adhere to all laws laid out by local, state and national agencies. Disobedience of these regulations could trigger considerable repercussions, such as large financial penalties. These potentially-devastating consequences point to the importance of making sure your compliance training is up-to-date. Managing Read more »

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The onboarding process is crucial for worker retention. It’s where a new employee can be set up for success within the company. For veteran employees within a company, it might be easy to forget how confusing a new job and new working environment can be, and as a result, relevant onboarding details could slip through Read more »

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While it’s true it is your employer’s responsibility to provide you with a safe working environment, any successful workplace safety initiative is going to be the result of a joint effort between management and workers. The responsibility of the employee is two-fold: First, workers need to identify and communicate about unsafe practices and offer ways Read more »

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You might spend a lot of time recruiting top talent, but it could all be wasted if your business becomes a revolving door. All of your efforts to bring the best employees through the front door are negated when they disappear out the back door a few months later. You need to be able to Read more »

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Hiring top talent is every company’s goal, and it’s also their biggest challenge. That’s because they are not only looking for someone with the experience and skills the position requires, they want someone who fits into their culture and helps their business to run smoothly. When it comes to adding the right employees to your Read more »

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created in December 1970 with a signature from then-president Richard Nixon. As you’ve probably heard many times, it made businesses like yours officially responsible for providing a safe and healthful workplace to assure the safety of your workers. OSHA does its part by developing health and safety Read more »

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You’ve thoroughly researched the company, dressed for success and prepared yourself for all possible interview questions. But have you given advance thought to your body language? You should. It tells as much about you as what you say—sometimes even more. Hiring managers look at the way you dress and how you behave for clues to Read more »