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Fatal Manufacturing Mistakes

March 14, 2017 - Melisa Bedunah

 

All it takes is a single employee accident to turn business profits into losses, with workplace accidents across the country costing the enormous sum of $170 billion each year. These expenses are not just the obvious, such as workman’s comp payouts or fixing broken equipment. They include indirect costs of losing a worker’s output during […]

 

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Getting a Good Job Without a Degree Made Simple

February 28, 2017 - Kim Wallace

 

Take one look at a friend’s student loan bill and the thought of a college degree can set your head spinning. Instead of facing big student loans without a guarantee of success, consider other ways of getting ahead. Even without a college education, there are many valuable ways to set yourself apart from other job […]

 

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Big Oil & Job Growth: One Trillion Reasons Industrial Hiring Will Increase

February 14, 2017 - Jana Floyd

 

One trillion dollars. Sounds like a tremendous amount of money, right? That’s exactly how much is expected to be invested in the oil industry each year for the next 25 years. This massive shot in the arm will be necessary to keep up with rising oil demand not just in the United States, but across […]

 

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The Solution to High Employee Turnover

January 18, 2017 - Lacey Fair

 

Turnover is an unavoidable, natural part of the hiring life cycle. With 45% of workers currently looking for a new job or planning to within the next year, it is evident that the biggest cause of turnover is not employees retiring after long, happy careers. What should be concerning to any business is when workers […]

 

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How to Make Your First 90 Days at a New Job a Success

January 9, 2017 - Deitra Stroebel

 

Starting a brand-new contract position can make anyone a bundle of nerves. The first days and weeks can feel overwhelming with so many new processes to learn and new information to master. However, these early months on the job are the most important, as they communicate to your supervisors what your performance will look like […]

 

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