Injuries on the job are no small matter. But even with a robust safety program, accidents happen. What are the most common injuries that industrial and marine workers face, and how can you take measures to prevent them? Here are some common injuries and what you can do to keep your team safe.
A resume is your first impression when looking for a job. They’re not meant to land you a job but to get you a shot at an interview where you can impress the company with your skills and background.
Safety is a top priority in shipyards and other marine industry jobs. That’s why it’s a top concern for Hutco and our team.
Working on the open ocean can be a fun and exciting career, but it can also involve long hours and time away from your home and family.
According to recent data, the number one reason people leave their jobs is a lack of career development.
Landing your next job isn’t always as easy as submitting your resume and hoping for the best. On the other side of the table is a team of hiring managers looking for specific skills, habits, and behaviors from potential employees.
Retention is a central talking point among employers right now. The Great Resignation has led many workers in all industries to leave their jobs for new opportunities.
The Great Resignation has also been called the Great Reshuffling or the Great Reset. Workers are leaving jobs that no longer serve them and are considering new career paths moving forward.
With The Great Resignation affecting all industries, it feels like candidates must be readily available.
While the marine industry requires particular skills and knowledge, there are still some common questions asked by all companies.