Even employees in a shipyard aren’t immune to the afternoon slump. A lack of energy can hit you at any time, so its important to be prepared when necessary.
The United States Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act was designed to protect maritime workers who were not otherwise protected by state or maritime laws.
Before every job offer there is the dreaded gauntlet that is the job interview. No matter what role you want in the company, you need to get past the gatekeepers that hold the keys to those positions.
The marine industry is evolving. Baby boomers with shipbuilding skills are retiring, or will be soon, and it isn’t just Generation X that’s replacing them.
Shipbuilding is a very specialized industry, and that means your resume needs to be specialized to attract the attention of the hiring manager.
Safety is a top priority for Hutco and the shipbuilding industry. One of the best ways to prevent workplace accidents in the shipyard is to be aware of the most common causes and mitigate them through safety training and providing the proper tools.
The signs you’re expecting when it comes to an unhappy employee aren’t always the signs that are there.
Every company has a different set of procedures when it comes to hiring new shipyard employees. So how can you know what to expect every time you submit your resume to an open position? There are a few things you can keep in mind as you navigate the process.
So, you’re interviewing for a shipyard job. Whether it’s your first job in the industry or you’re a seasoned employee, you may be stressing out over what to wear to your interview.
Shipbuilding has come a long way since our earliest seafaring ancestors. From Viking long ships to luxury cruisers, it’s always been the advancement of technology that informs the evolution of the industry.