Growth Trends in the Aviation Industry

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A top Boeing executive recently told CNBC that the aviation industry has seen robust growth and the market is currently in a very good place, which could lead to all kinds of growth opportunities for companies. Randy Tinseth, vice president of marketing at Boeing Commercial Airplanes, told CNBC that passenger traffic has topped projections and Read more »

Beyond The Basics: Interview Questions That Will Really Engage Candidates

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Interviewing applicants for an open position can sound easy. With the job description in hand, the interviewer can simply ask a dozen questions and make a hiring decision, right? Actually, the nuances of interviewing applicants should extend well beyond confirming abilities and go into areas of internal motivation, cultural fit and self-awareness. Interviewers should ask Read more »

3 Ways To Raise the Quality Of Your Workforce

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Good leaders are always looking for ways to make their workforce more efficient and little measures can go a long way in achieving that goal. Whether it’s better organization or building strong relationships, leaders have the ability to shape the work environment of their team to make them more productive. Consider the following three ways Read more »

Trends That Are Impacting the Aerospace Industry in 2018

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The past several years have been kind to the aerospace industry. With an expanding need for air travel, enormous backlogs of new aircraft orders and a gradually resurging corporate jet sector, the immediate future of the industry looks strong. That being said, there are signs the industry is going through major changes that will result Read more »

Is Aerospace Engineering Keeping Up With The Pace Of the Industry?

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Clean technology aircraft, massive passenger jets and Mars-bound spacecraft are the things we think about when we think about human flight today: the power of hardware. However, the latest flying machines are only the most noticeable component of what goes into the air. The way the systems on a vehicle manage that vehicle; the way Read more »

Looking For HR Solutions In Addition To Staffing Support?

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Human resources personnel do so much more than just hire candidates and contract staffing companies to find contract employees. They also have a wide range of other responsibilities, and well as their own career ambitions to think about. HR personnel are always looking for solutions to all the challenges they face. Often, finding these solutions Read more »

Catch These 3 Job Hazards Before They Become A Problem

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The safety of any facility depends on catching all kinds of workplace safety hazards. Some dangers will be rather obvious and easy to tackle, but others are less apparent and lingering in the background for quite some time. Standard workplace hazards include slipping and falling; chemical exposure, getting hit by falling objects, electrocution, repetitive motion Read more »

5 Ways You Can Reduce the Turnover of Your Top Talent

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Every time an employee walks out a company’s doors for the last time, it hurts the business. But the pain can be particularly acute if the person leaving is one of the company’s top performers. An employee retention program needs to be a company’s top priority because high turnover leads to lower productivity, lower morale, Read more »

How Is The Skills-Gap Affecting Your Company?

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A “skills gap” is generally defined as the difference between skills needed to perform a job effectively and the skills possessed by the average prospective worker. Because employers can’t find candidates with the skills they want, positions in their company will sit unfilled, or a company will hire someone with an insufficient skill set and Read more »

On-boarding And Ongoing Learning: The 2 Keys To Retaining Your Talent

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Employee turnover is extremely costly to any company. The price of replacing an entry-level worker is 30 to 50 percent of the person’s yearly salary. For mid- and senior-level staff members, the cost can hit 150 and 400 percent respectively. With every departure, there is a negative impact on morale and productivity. Even when so-called Read more »