Employee burnout is something every industry needs to face and address. When it comes to working in your shipyard, you know the hard, physical labor that can impact your team’s health and mental wellness.
Do you know if your top performers are truly happy in their jobs? You may not realize it, but they could already be thinking about their next career move.
Skeletons may be out and about this holiday season, but they don’t need to be haunting your resume.
Technology is making a significant impact on all aspects of manufacturing and fabrication. The same is most certainly true for shipbuilding.
Sometimes it’s a good idea to get back to basics. If you don’t know where to begin with your job search, it’s best to start at the beginning.
You may not think your shipyard needs a social media presence, but you might be surprised to learn how many people are using these platforms to find jobs.
You want a marine industry job, but you don’t have any previous experience in a shipyard. You may not have any prior experience in anything besides a few after-school jobs or things you don’t think belong a resume.
Your shipyard employees are only as good as their management team. You need to know how to effectively and efficiently manage every aspect of the manufacturing and fabrication of your client’s final product.
Interviewing is the perfect chance to make a great impression on a shipyard employer. But time and time again, candidates make simple mistakes that cause them to be rejected.
Safety is a critical factor in so many companies and especially the shipyard. As people are working around dangerous equipment, water, fire, heights, and large materials, you need to ensure that every member of your staff is safe and sound on the job.