Three Top Tips for Finding Millennial Engineering Candidates

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Millennials have a mixed-up reputation. To some, the generation spanning in age between 18 and 34 is entitled, ill-experienced, or too social. Others see past the Zuckerberg hoodies and Netflix to scope millennial ingenuity, capability, versatility and panache. In that camp are the most forward-thinking corporations and fiery startups.  If your company seeks a millennial…

Too Few Hits to Your Plant Manager Ad? Try This Instead

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You need a new plant manager. While no new hire is unimportant, managerial roles are vital, and tricky to fill. You need someone who can handle all of their responsibilities and help guide others to effectively do the same. How do you entice managerial candidates who have it all? Your job posting is the liaison…

The Red Flag Trifecta: You Need a New Engineering Job

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Remember why you became an engineer. You had a passion for mathematics, science, technology, or mechanics. Something about the field sparked a desire for you to succeed through rigorous schooling and to move through all of your work experiences to get where you are. Once upon a time, you decided to embark on a journey…

“Is This the Quality Engineering Position for Me?” 4 Ways to Tell

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Whether you’ve just finished your undergraduate degree in quality engineering or you’re a seasoned quality engineer seeking your next move, you are probably scouring boards and throwing your resume around wherever you can. You determine whether you’ve got the experience, education, or certification required for the position. However, don’t forget that you should also be…