Comparing Experience VS Potential When Hiring Engineers

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When hiring a new employee, you always look for proof that a potential candidate will be the right fit for the position. Without hiring an employee temporarily or for project work, the only proof you have is on paper. However, when it comes to bringing aboard a new member to your team, it’s not so…

Four Top Level Tips for Engineering Hopefuls This Holiday Season

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The Holiday season can feel like the worst time to get things done. However, for December graduates and job swappers, ‘Tis the Season for job seeking. We’ve gathered the top tips for moving onto a new job despite the tumult of the holidays. Follow this advice and you could be decking the halls of a…

The Three-Step Guide to Interviewing Any Engineer

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You’re hiring a new engineer. The role is major and the requirements are stiff. You know you need a certain level of education, a certain amount of experience, and a certain … something else. You’re seeking well-rounded candidates and have found that trekking through resumes isn’t bringing you any closer to really knowing your applicants….

Handle the Resignation of your Manufacturing Employee without Going Crazy

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Your plant runs like clockwork with every cog turning and clicking into place just as it should. Your team, too, is a well-oiled machine with each member doing his or her part to ensure the fluidity of production. So, what happens when one of your team members unexpectedly resigns? Without proper management and a very…