Four Ways To Determine a Company’s Culture

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A company’s culture is defined by everything – from how employees interact with each other to what behaviors are rewarded. For instance, a company might encourage employees to fight for their ideas, or employees might get quarterly bonuses based on their ability to meet deadlines. On the other hand, companies might try to avoid disagreements… Read more »

Three Benefits of a Contract Position

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A growing number of jobs in the United States are being offered on a contract basis. Essentially, a contract position is a job that lasts for a fixed quantity of time, such as three months or one year. There are numerous reasons why you should engage in contract employment as part of your career. However,… Read more »

What Should I Be Wearing to My Manufacturing Interview?

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We’ve all heard it before, you only get one chance to make a first impression.  Like it or not, a first impression can end up being the make-or-break factor when it comes to choosing between you and another candidate. That being said, it’s important to dress properly for a manufacturing interview. Most people will say… Read more »

How to Make Yourself More Attractive When Changing Careers

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Changing careers is a tough thing to do, but it isn’t impossible! First and foremost, realize the change isn’t going to happen overnight. Once you have embraced the notion it will take some time, draw up a strategy that includes reframing your ‘professional brand,’ a lot of networking and a constant evaluation of your efforts…. Read more »

How to Write a Light Industrial Resume

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Not every resume is created equal, and you shouldn’t design your resume the same way someone looking for a desk job would. Light industrial work requires special skills and unique experience. When you design your resume, you need to highlight those so a perspective employee can see — at a quick glance — that you’re… Read more »