Throughout your career, you will want opportunities to advance. Whether you work in fabrication or any other role within the marine industry, advancement is the force that keeps you growing as a person and a professional.
As much as we would like to believe our workplaces are amazing places for our employees, there are always occasions that cause staff to consider leaving.
There have been a lot of changes in the marketplace over the years. And especially in a specialized job search, such as the marine industry, how do you find the right job for you? Have you thought about working with a staffing firm that specifically handles placements in marine environments? What are the benefits of …
They say the cream rises to the top. But when you’re in management, you need to keep an eye out for those employees who show skill and aptitude along the way.
Maybe you’ve always dreamed of a job where you can be near the water. Or maybe you know that your skills lie in manufacturing and you want to branch out in your career.
There is so much amazing news coming out of the world of technology. Years ago, the shipping industry couldn’t have imagined the use of tech like virtual or augmented reality.
Though it may feel like the weather is cooling down for the season, there is still some reason to be concerned about high heat if you’re working outside or within a new ship build, especially if you’re welding or near the process of welding.
What is virtual reality? In short, it’s technology that uses mobile devices, with or without headsets, to provide users a simulated experience.
No matter how much you tell yourself, interviewing can be rough on your nerves. You may not know what to say, you may feel your palms get clammy, and you may want to be anywhere but there.
You may not have thought about working with a staffing agency to help place employees in your marine environment.