Do you promote from within in your shipyard? There are plenty of reasons why developing your current team is best for your business.
Is it time to find a new job? How do you know? There are plenty of warning signs to give you the hints to make a change in your career.
While a lot of other industries don’t have to consider how weather impacts their day-to-day work, those who staff shipyards do.
Everyone has a first day on a new job. It’s normal to feel those first-time jitters, even if you’ve done this kind of work for a long time.
No one loves performance reviews. Managers don’t love doing them and employees don’t love getting them.
Over the last few months, we’ve discussed the qualities, experience, and job opportunities for skilled riggers.
Back injuries are some of the most common in workplaces, especially in fabrication, warehouse or manufacturing like a shipyard.
Are you interested in welding? Or maybe you have a welding background and are looking for a new opportunity.
Have you considered adding a wellness program to your shipyard? Providing tools for your staff to make smarter and healthier choices can benefit both the individuals and your company as well.
In our ongoing series about skilled riggers, their duties, and requirements for the job, we’ve talked about a number of aspects.