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 »


Quality Management Issues That Keep You Up at Night

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In a manufacturing or production environment, quality management is typically a top priority. After all, providing a high-quality product secures the company’s reputation as well as impacts the bottom line. However, quality management doesn’t always run smoothly. Certain issues can be particularly troublesome, especially if the company’s culture isn’t willing to embrace a new paradigm… Read more »


How to Inspire Others When You’re in a Rut

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As a leader in your organization, you are commonly tasked with keeping your team motivated to be at their best. However, if you find yourself in a rut and are struggling to keep yourself inspired, the idea of keeping your team’s energy levels up may seem daunting. Being in a rut is a challenge in… Read more »


3 Tips to Make Your Scientific Team More Diverse

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Creating a diverse team can be challenging. Often, you are limited based on the candidates that apply and biases, whether conscious or unconscious, can impact hiring decisions, leading to more homogenous groups. Research shows that having a diverse team provides significant benefits, particularly in areas like innovation and creativity. This can help the company’s bottom… Read more »


How Can You Be Sure This Manufacturing Role is Right for You?

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When you are looking for a new job, the idea of settling isn’t always appealing. After all, you’ll be spending a significant amount of time in your new role, so you want to make sure that it is right for you. But how do you determine if a particular manufacturing role is a good fit?… Read more »