Leadership is the backbone of any organization. In the shipyard, the right people in the correct leadership positions will make all the difference for success.
Shipbuilding is an exciting industry. Living and working close to the water, working outdoors, and doing work that truly matters are excellent reasons for finding a career in the marine industry.
A qualified welder can be one of the most critical roles in your shipyard. When you’re hiring, what qualities do you need to look for in a welder? Throughout the interview process, you’ll have an opportunity to ask questions and assess the candidate’s skills.
Have you considered a career in shipbuilding? There are countless possible opportunities in a high-demand industry that could be a part of your long-term career narrative.
A career in welding is rewarding, in-demand, and lucrative. When you add a specialization, such as maritime welding, it can be even better.
We may be spoiled with the weather along the gulf coast in wintertime, but even though it’s usually mild, it’s essential to plan for safety, especially around water.
The last two years have been stressful. Many people found themselves out of work, both involuntarily and as a part of The Great Resignation.
When the pandemic threw industries into chaos early in 2020, it took a while to find equilibrium in the new normal.
Your employees deserve recognition for their hard work, especially during the holidays. How do you celebrate in your shipyard? Employees love to feel appreciated, and there is no better time of year to give back than during the winter holiday season.
The holiday season can be challenging for many reasons. Whether it’s seasonal stress or increased social demands, it can be hard to focus on work during the winter holidays.