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.
The employment market is an interesting place right now. With so many qualified people leaving in The Great Resignation, there is an imbalance between job seekers and job offers.
Getting a job offer is an incredible accomplishment, but now you have a choice. Do you accept or reject the offer? And how do you evaluate if it’s the right job for you? Ensuring the job is a good fit will be vital for your future.
Machinists are an integral part of your shipyard. In your interview, you want to separate beginners from experts, so what questions should you be asking to get to the bottom of things? Here are some things you should know and a few sample interview questions to help you check that your qualifications are being met.
There has been so much change in the last two years it can be challenging to keep up. Many job seekers, just like you, are looking for new careers that might be outside of their previous experience, which can open doors to incredible opportunities.
Over the last two years, we’ve learned that candidate experience is critical to successful hiring and employee retention.
Did you always dream of a career on the ocean? A romantic notion stems from the earliest explorers about life on the open sea.