Are You Ready to Ask for a Promotion? Avoid These Mistakes

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If you think you are due for a promotion, the best thing you can do is talk with your manager. They need to be fully onboard to help you achieve your goal. But there are right ways to go about it, and there are wrong ways to go about it. Do not diminish your chances… Read more »

Want to Attract Gen. Z to Power Generation Careers? Do This.

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The rise of Gen Z has garnered a significant amount of attention in the news and popular culture. This new generation of young adults seems even more confusing and alienated from previous generations than millennials. But they are the future, and the power generation industry will quickly see how influential they will be to the… Read more »

Keep Your Team on Track During the Holidays with These Productivity Tips

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The end of the year can bring a loss of productivity, as motivation wanes and holidays approach. But the end of the year is just as critical a time to get work done as any other time. Here is how you can combat this seasonal slowdown for your employees and ensure your team is performing… Read more »

Dealing with a Ghosting Problem? Try These 3 Hacks to Help Resolve

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Hiring is often a long and stressful process. You need good candidates and you need them fast. But a common frustration of hiring managers and employers, in general, are job candidates who ghost or disappear when you least expect it. Luckily, some clear partners can help you navigate the job search struggle and even minimize… Read more »

Move Up The Ladder: 4 Ways to Showcase Your Skills To Enhance Your Power Generation Career

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Are there things you can be doing to better drive career growth? Don’t diminish your chances of taking your career to the next level. Make sure you are showcasing your skills to help make sure you’re not holding yourself back. Your career will thank you.  1. Don’t Hesitate to Take On Challenging Projects Rising leaders… Read more »

Resume Red Flags to Keep in Mind When Hiring in 2021

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Resumes are essential when finding top talent. They ideally provide a clear and concise overview of the skills and expertise of your candidate. But sometimes the concise nature of a resume can mask certain red flags that are better to know right away. Here are the top red flags to keep in mind when reviewing… Read more »

How to Find the Right Nuclear Engineer

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Finding the right talent for your open headcount can feel overwhelming. The skills gap seems to hit the technical fields the hardest. And recruiting always seems to take more time and energy than it should. What you want is to find the right engineer for the job. But sometimes, it’s really about asking for more than the… Read more »

How to Work with a Recruiter to Find a Job You Love

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First time working with a recruiter? They are a powerful ally in moving your career forward. But they are best leveraged in certain ways. Here’s how they can benefit you and how you can work with them most effectively.   Set Clear Goals  If you only have enough money saved up to support a short period… Read more »

Top Safety Precautions to Take in an Industrial Warehouse Environment

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The truth about creating a safe warehouse environment is that it takes more than a top-down approach. Safety mentality is inspired by both corporate leadership and the employees themselves. As a warehouse employee or business owner, warehouse safety needs to be a top priority because, at the end of the day, it is you and… 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 »