How to Find Your Next Job Through Social Media

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Social media is often touted as a powerful tool that every job seeker should use to help land their next position. But, with so many different platforms available, how do you decide which one will assist you with your manufacturing job search? To help you get started, here is what you need to know about… Read more »


Should You Create Accountability Partners on Your Team?

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At the foundation of most business successes lie goals. Desired sales figures, project completion dates, cost-cutting targets, and so much more are goals at their core, and you need your team to step up to ensure they are reached. But encouraging people to meet these challenges isn’t always easy, particularly when the targets seem to… Read more »


How to Expand Your Role Without Overstepping

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Whether you are generally satisfied with your role or are actively hoping to move on to bigger and brighter things, the idea of taking on new tasks can be enticing. This may allow you to get involved in a project of particular interest, expand your skill set, or simply work with coworkers whom you happen… Read more »


How to Tell if Your Teams are Wasting Time

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The whole reason that you delegate responsibility is so you don’t have to provide constant supervision and oversight. But how do you know that your teams are being productive, efficient, and on-task if you don’t spend all day looking over their shoulder? Luckily, there are some indicators that reliably suggest whether your teams are wasting… Read more »


Spotting Red Flags in Engineering Resumes

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Being able to quickly and reliably eliminate candidates from an applicant pool is an important recruiting skill that doesn’t get its due credit. But if you can read a resume and know – off the bat – the candidate is not right for the job, it saves you time, money, and creates a more reliable… Read more »