There are a lot of reasons you may be considering a change in career. Maybe you’re not fulfilled by your current industry or you want more stability.
Marine industry jobs are by all accounts extremely specialized. While there are people within a variety of roles, such as electricians, welders, and machinists, who possess transferable skills, how can you take the time to prescreen each of them to find the right candidates? Working with a staffing partner focusing on shipyards can be your …
Have you thought a job in a shipyard would be exciting? If you love physical work in an industry that is in high demand, a marine industry job would be a great avenue to pursue.
Do you vet your shipyard candidates before offering them a job? If not, it’s time to consider your options.
As a labor professional looking for a job in the marine industry, you probably haven’t put too much thought into social media.
It’s a simple question, really, but one that many people aren’t prepared to answer. How often are you updating your resume? If your answer is, “when I’m looking for a new job,” you’re not updating your resume often enough.
We write often about safety. Here at Hutco, safety is a number one priority for us, our contingent workforce, and our client companies.
Are you concerned about labor productivity in your shipyard? If so, you may want to consider some of the factors that may be negatively impacting your employees and their ability to do their jobs.
Are you looking for a shipyard job? If you’ve been looking on your own for a while, you may want to consider working with a specialized staffing agency to help.
You may be wondering how online brand management affects your shipyard. Isn’t that something for big name brands like Nike or Coca-Cola? Or maybe for people working within the digital space? The truth is, no company is immune from the potential effects of a negative online reputation.