It’s a simple question, really, but one that many people aren’t prepared to answer. How often are you updating your resume? If your answer is, “when I’m looking for a new job,” you’re not updating your resume often enough.
We write often about safety. Here at Hutco, safety is a number one priority for us, our contingent workforce, and our client companies.
Are you concerned about labor productivity in your shipyard? If so, you may want to consider some of the factors that may be negatively impacting your employees and their ability to do their jobs.
Are you looking for a shipyard job? If you’ve been looking on your own for a while, you may want to consider working with a specialized staffing agency to help.
You may be wondering how online brand management affects your shipyard. Isn’t that something for big name brands like Nike or Coca-Cola? Or maybe for people working within the digital space? The truth is, no company is immune from the potential effects of a negative online reputation.
You know that there are many reasons you may have left your last position. But when you’re interviewing for a new job, the potential employer only wants to know one thing.
The marine industry of today is highly competitive. That means shipyards need to work doubly hard to retain their star performers.
Whether your background is in plumbing, pipefitting, welding, or electrical work you probably have the skills it takes to succeed within the marine industry.
Working outside in the hot summer sun can be a challenge. Being prepared to work in the summer heat is essential for anyone in the marine industry.
Do you want to become a marine joiner? A career in the shipyard industry is both specialized and rewarding.