In a shipyard or any manufacturing environment, there will always be risks. While there is no way to prevent workplace injuries from occurring entirely, you can take steps to create the safest possible environment.
We all want to think that getting a raise is a part of doing a great job, but sometimes we have to ask for that additional pay bump.
With concerns about candidate availability, is now an excellent time to hire someone with no previous experience? There are plenty of reasons to hire for potential, and you could even uncover top talent who would stay with you for years.
While steel-toed boots can last a good long while, there will probably come a time when they need to be replaced.
Retaining top talent is a crucial factor in the success of maritime companies today. One way to engage your current team members is to train them in new areas of the industry.
The Great Resignation is continuing for the foreseeable future. People are deciding to leave companies for new opportunities that offer better pay or benefits.
Managers can make all the difference in a shipyard or marine environment. Creating a sound management culture for your team will motivate them and increase production and satisfaction.
Job descriptions are a vital aspect of finding a job. You skim them online and decide to send over your resume if you feel like a match.
There is no better time than the present to focus on diversity, inclusion, and equity in your maritime workplace.
It can be super frustrating to try to find a job and face rejection or ghosting along the way. There are so many reasons a hiring manager may not choose you for a position that it’s hard to list them all.