Why You Should Take the Job Interview

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Sometimes, your next big career move can come up unexpectedly. Whether a recruiter has reached out to you directly, or if a friend or coworker referred you for a position, an offer of an interview is great news. Even if you’re not necessarily looking for a new job, this is why you should take the… Read more »

Make Your Workplace Safer with These Tips

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Establishing a corporate safety culture is simple if you know where to start. The top-down approach is a reliable method because when workers see that their leadership does not value or enforce their safety policy, mistakes are more likely to be made in the name of productivity. Workplace safety must be a priority for management… Read more »

Recruitment Trends That Candidates & Employers Should Know

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Recruiting trends are always changing, and 2020 is a different time. More employees are remote or being interviewed through video or telephone calls. Employers are needing to rely more heavily on digital recruiting processes to help them find their next hires. Here’s what you should know about how to find either your next job or… Read more »

Proving You’re a Leader, No Matter What Role You’re In

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Leadership is one of the top qualities that employers look for in job applicants. Management roles are the obvious positions that would require leadership skills, but you don’t have a traditional leadership position to be a leader among your co-workers. Doing so, even when you are not in a position of power, can help you… Read more »

What is a Typical Work Day for a Mechanical Planner?

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Interested in exploring what a career as a mechanical planner would look like? Today we’ll discuss the requirements, the necessary training, and education, as well as the day to day of a mechanical or maintenance planner professional. Here’s what you need to know. Job Overview Many companies rely on the machines that make their products,… Read more »

Not Feeling Challenged Enough at Work? Here’s What You Can Do

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If you’ve been at a job for a while, you probably have become comfortable and may have even started to coast a bit. But that’s not a great thing for your employer or your career. There are plenty of things you can do yourself to help reinvigorate your work and engage in your career, even… Read more »

Top Must-Have Skills to Have to be a Successful Procurement Professional

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Interested in building a career in procurement? Procurement professionals are counted on to facilitate two main business objectives. The first being the delivery of goods and services, and the second being keeping costs as low as possible. While these responsibilities will be unlikely to go away, even given current business trends, they certainly call for… Read more »

Getting over the Idea of Thinking You’re Underqualified for a Job

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It’s normal to think that you might not meet all the qualifications for a job, but doesn’t mean you shouldn’t apply! Getting a job is all about timing and presentation. Even when you are hoping to get a job you may be underqualified for, you should never sell yourself short. The worst thing that can… Read more »

5 Interview Questions to be Prepared for in Your Quality Inspector Interview

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Ready to grow your career in Quality Inspection? Interview prep is critical. Just as with any interview, it’s essential to come prepared to put your best foot forward. That means dressing for the job you wish you had, doing your homework on the company and the role you are applying to, and coming prepared to… Read more »

What Are the Rules for Following Up After an Interview?

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The period of time after an interview can potentially be the most stressful for a candidate. It’s hard to know what to do. But if you’ve successfully managed to attract the attention of a hiring manager, it means you have the skills you need to make the grade. If you’ve presented yourself well during the interview and… Read more »