What is on the Horizon of the Power Generation Industry in 2021?

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2020 has been a strange year. It feels more difficult than ever to predict what the coming year will bring. But when it comes to the power generation industry, some major trends are consistently influencing how the industry is being shaped. This article will highlight a few of those trends that will impact power generation… Read more »

What Your Job Search Might Look Like Post-Pandemic

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Many people are eager to talk about the economy, and the job market will look like post-pandemic. The fact is, though, that many things won’t go back to what looks like normal. For example, remote work will likely be more available or more recognized as a legitimate work environment. The things that are changing now… Read more »

How to Limit the Risks of AI-Driven Hiring

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Like many things these days, technology has dramatically changed the landscape of recruiting and hiring. This is especially true for technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning. Recruiting is experiencing a dramatic digital revolution, and technology can’t keep up with companies’ growing need to hire the best and the brightest in the most efficient… Read more »

Suffering from End-of-year Burnout? Try These Tips to Help

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This has undoubtedly been a challenging year. The conversation around burnout was already an important one before we found ourselves in the middle of a global pandemic. But time marches on, and work continues to need doing. Managing stress and recovering from bouts of burnout may seem like a lower priority, but they are more… Read more »

Is it time to Reskill Yourself?

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Knowing when and how to get the skills you need to stay relevant and competitive in today’s job market can be tough. But there are some key indicators that your industry is moving along without you. Taking time to brush up your resume on a regular basis and apply your skill sets and experience against… Read more »

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 »

Choosing a Union Position vs. Non-Union Position

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No matter what anyone tells you, only you are capable of knowing what’s best for your career. Everyone’s professional path and expectations are different. But knowing what you want is critical to your success and contentedness in a role. Information, however, is beneficial in making the right decision.  When it comes to choosing between a… 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 »

What Qualifications Should You Have as an Electrical Planner?

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The energy industry is one that continues to see a constant need for workers, even in times of economic uncertainty. Electrical planners are in demand, but those who are interested in stepping into that role need to have the right training and qualifications to succeed. Here’s an overview of this role, and an exploration of… 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 »