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 »

Why Offboarding is an Essential Part of The Employee Experience

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Welcoming an employee and sending them off again. They seem like two completely opposite activities, but they are two sides of the same coin. Offboarding is, in truth, almost as important to an organization in terms of hiring success, but many organizations fail to leverage this recruiting tool. Here’s why you need to make it… 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 »

Simple Ways You Can Boost Your Company Culture

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Having a positive work environment is everything. Even if the work isn’t always the greatest, you can help control the environment you’re in. Research has shown that company culture is becoming more and more important to candidates entering the modern workforce. For your company to be competitive, that means the culture you create matters to your success.  … Read more »

4 Safety Tips That Every Welder Should Keep in Mind

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While an often rewarding and exciting career, welding can become dangerous if you are not taking the necessary safety precautions. You might be surprised to hear it, but more than 500,000 employees are at risk for exposure to chemical and physical hazards of welding, cutting, and brazing. Welders flash alone accounts for 5.6% of all construction eye… Read more »

Are You a New Manager? Avoid These 5 Common Mistakes at Work

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How exciting it is to find yourself in the position of being a new manager. Likely you’ve worked hard to earn the recognition of your employer and your peers to get to this point. But becoming a manager comes with a few obstacles that you should be prepared to overcome. It’s a new skill set… Read more »

Interested in Becoming Licensing Engineer? These Are the Necessary Qualifications

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Are you interested in pursuing a fast-paced and dynamic career in the nuclear power industry but aren’t sure where to start? There are many different opportunities in nuclear power, one of the most compelling and rewarding being a nuclear licensing engineer. If you are interested in learning more about this role, consider these skills, abilities,… Read more »

The Benefits of Recognizing Your Team’s Success

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Recognition is big in the workplace, no matter which field you may be in. One of the top issues every manager is concerned about when it comes to supervising their workforce is turnover. How do you retain top talent and keep employees interested and engaged in their work? If your default answer is based entirely… Read more »

The Essential Skills You Should Have for a Risk Management Position

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Risk management is an exciting and rewarding career, particularly in the energy industry. Companies depend heavily on their risk management professionals to help them decide what the right course of action is within projects as well as an overall business strategy. But knowing whether risk management is the right path forward for you can be… Read more »

Spotting a Bad Hire During an Interview

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Hiring a new employee is something that must be done thoughtfully. The cost of hiring the wrong person for the job can be surprisingly high, both in terms of lost productivity but also lost time in having the right person in the role. That’s why it is so critical to spot those warning signs in… Read more »