Safeguard Your Workforce from the Second Wave

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COVID-19 has done havoc to our economy and our normal run of business, but time marches on and businesses have been reinventing the work environment to make sure they are able to get back up and running. As summer turns to fall, however, numbers are back on the rise and many employers are wondering how… Read more »

Top 5 Jobs You Should Consider in GA Right Now

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If you are looking for a new job in Georgia, now is your moment. There are several opportunities to join our growing team of contractors with some exciting roles opening up. Here’s a look at five of the most interesting jobs you should consider, opening up just this month. 1. Sr. Licensing Engineer, Waynesboro, GA… Read more »

How to Continue to Keep Your Workforce Safe During COVID

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As we head into the fall months in the US, many businesses are wondering how to keep their workforce safe from COVID-19. There are many ways that individuals can be exposed to the virus, but when it comes to employers and the policies, they can enact to keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible,… Read more »

How Can You be a Good Manager in Stressful Times

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Being a good manager means more than telling your employees what to do and how to do it. Being a good manager means being a true leader. Great managers support their teams, provide the transparency, vision, flexibility, and guidance that a group of employees need to deliver their best effort. During stressful times, vision and… Read more »

Essential Training Needed for Your Power Generation Employees

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Training, especially in the energy industry, is a critical part of onboarding new employees successfully. Even more so, training should be regularly updated. This is especially true for any safety manager at a power plant. Starting out can feel overwhelming, but here are a few ideas on how to support your success right from the… Read more »

How to Make Safety a Normal Conversation Among Co-Workers

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Safety should always be top of mind in the workplace. But it’s not enough to post a sign in the office break room. Safety needs to be woven into the culture and mindset of your entire company. Establishing a corporate safety culture is simple if you know where to start. The top-down approach is a… Read more »

4 Ways to Recognize Outstanding Employee Performance

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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 »

Important Questions to Ask Every Candidate You Interview

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Top interview questions can be subjective at times, but these should be at the top of your list for interviewing your candidates. You’ll want to explore your candidates’ understanding of the technical aspects of a job. You should ask them about their thought process and their technical strengths. You’ll want to ask them about their… Read more »

Soft Skills Vs. Hard Skills: The Importance of Having Both

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In almost any job, strong technical skills are a must. These so-called hard skills are often the bread and butter of what makes someone qualified for a job. But sometimes it is the soft skills that help professional progress further and faster in their career. Having a strong foundation in math and science is essential,… Read more »

Keep Your Employees’ Morale Up This Summer

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In the summer, it’s often tough to maintain a strong sense of employee morale. Vacations and warm weather can be distracting, and inevitably morale can slip. Especially in current times where life challenges are very real and difficult to ignore. Here’s how you can help keep your employees in line while also keeping spirits up… Read more »