A job description is simple, right? You list the duties of the job, the experience required, and post it online? Well, that may not get the results you’re expecting.
Many fields, especially in manufacturing, are perceived as being dominated by men. We understand that the marine industry may be one of them, but that hasn’t always been the case.
We know that if there is one universal truth, it’s that there are infinite solutions to any given problem.
The marine industry is a fun and exciting challenge for craftsmen and women. If you’re looking for a new job in the marine industry, there are several avenues open to you.
Did you know employee feedback is an essential part of your shipyard’s success? There are many reasons why employee feedback is important for your company and team’s health, and it greatly benefits your business.
Starting a new job can be nerve-wracking, especially in today’s climate. But starting on the right foot on your first day through the first 90 days will set the tone for your experience on the job.
The crew may be the most important part of your shipbuilding operation. Without the right people in the right positions, the work will not be done efficiently or effectively.
If you want to find your next welding job, you need to be able to stand out from the competition. With so many people vying for these opportunities, what can you bring to the table that will attract employers’ attention? Here are some skills you should be sure to have on your resume to ensure …
Throughout the last few years, the word “diversity” has become a huge industry buzzword. Companies are working hard to be more inclusive and have a more diverse workforce.
Most of us are glad to put 2020 behind us. But that doesn’t mean everything has gone back to exactly the way we were used to in 2021.