You’ve probably read that you need to get to know your employees on a personal level in order to effectively manage them.
Just because you’re a woman in a physically demanding job doesn’t mean you can’t or won’t experience motherhood.
Building a good rapport with your employees is important. And sometimes that means stepping out beyond the work environment and getting to know them as people with varied interests and ideas.
When it comes to safety in the shipyard, ignorance is not a good defense if something becomes a problem.
You may not think about it, but saying thank you to your shipyard employees can go a long way toward improving their productivity and overall mood.
It’s okay that not every day is a perfect day. Bad days happen even to the best of us. But if you find that your shipyard job has more bad days than good, it might be time to reconsider your options.
Productivity among your shipyard employees is imperative to the success of your operation. But what is it that drives productivity? Have you considered the level of teamwork that keeps your employees engaged? How do you create teamwork in your shipyard with seasoned and new employees alike? There is good news.
Bringing your own lunch to work is a great way to save money and choose healthy options. But how quickly do you get tired of eating the same things over and over again? Or maybe you’re wondering just how healthy that sandwich actually is once you load it up with mayo? Here are some tips …
Do you update your safety training on a regular basis? If so, how do you implement these changes companywide? And if not, are you certain that your employees are working in the safest possible environment.
The trades are getting a renewed interest. It’s important that we train individuals on trades like electrical work for a variety of reasons, including shipbuilding.