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Nuclear power has long been a source of controversy in the United States. While it is a dependable and low-carbon source of electricity, it is also expensive, and requires stringent oversight and management. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, nuclear power is a likely source of clean energy that will help the U.S. reduce… Read more »

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If you are looking to grow your career within the Power Generation industry, it is quite possible you have – or have at least considered – working with a recruiter to find the perfect job. The landscape of the energy industry has changed drastically over recent years. The growing popularity of alternative energies, including solar… Read more »

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If you are in the market for a skilled trades job, you might be wondering what you can do to make your resume stand out from the rest of the crowd. A skilled-trades resume can have a different look and feel than standard industry resumes. Whether you are a mason, a carpenter, an electrician, or… Read more »

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If you have an ear to the ground in the energy sector, chances are you’ve heard about the benefits of an E-House protected power supply. E-House is the common industry term for electrical houses which are customized, modular walk-in metal enclosures designed to house and protect vulnerable electrical equipment within a power distribution network. Also… Read more »

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Safety is always important in the workplace, likely even more so today with the growing influence of union groups and corporate insurance pressure. As a manager, you know how costly safety issues are to the success of your company. And perhaps in light of growing concerns, you have considered investing in health and safety management… Read more »

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With visits from federal OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) inspectors up by more than 300 percent, it’s obvious that OSHA is making a more-concerted effort to come into the workplace. You’re likely wondering how the increase in monitoring and safety inspections will impact your day to day protocols. In today’s blog, we discuss the… Read more »

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Finding your first job out of college can be a real challenge these days. While the economy has been on the rebound in recent years, and demand for skilled and educated workers is high, there appears to be a certain, unconquerable skills gap that employers fear will greatly impact the effectiveness of their young workers…. Read more »

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Good help is hard to find, particularly in the manufacturing industry. Is it because millennials seem to be drawn more toward white-collar jobs? Perhaps. But a lot of people also blame the skills gap for the lack of new employees wanting to work in manufacturing. One recruitment strategy in response to this is to increase… Read more »

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As a new, younger workforce steps into the limelight, the shape of the energy industry will need to change in response to their unique demands. Employers need to recognize that the labor force is changing. What attracted quality talent to the field 20 years ago likely won’t be enough to recruit industry-leading technicians and engineers… Read more »

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In response to growing demand for nuclear energy and the coming development boom in the energy industry, hiring new employees to meet an increased workload is a smart move. But you will often find that new hires lack the experience, industry know how, and skill sets that are the valued trademark of seasoned workers. Don’t… Read more »