How to Succeed in an Assembly Position

Posted on Sep 9, 2021

Assemblers are key to the manufacturing process. It’s an important job that requires some skills that may surprise you. If you’re considering an assembly job in a manufacturing company, read this article to see what you’ll need to succeed.

The Benefits of Hiring Temporary Warehouse Workers

Posted on Aug 26, 2021

With the current labor shortage, it shouldn’t surprise you that companies are getting creative in their hiring practices. That’s why we’ve seen more companies than ever before hiring temporary warehouse workers to fill gaps in their workflows. Temporary workers can help employers fill gaps in staffing that no other type of employment model can. There are all kinds of benefits that come from hiring a flexible temporary workforce. Here are those benefits and how they can help your business.

Tackling 6 Machine Operator Specific Interview Questions

Posted on Aug 26, 2021

Machine operators make great money, have steady jobs, and perform vital tasks in the business world. If you can land one of these jobs your skills will be in demand. If you’re searching for a new machine operator position, you may feel a little nervous about the questions your interviewer will ask. That’s why we’ve assembled some tips to help you prepare for machine operator-specific interview questions. Read this blog to ace your next interview.

Tips to Nailing a Phone Interview: Etiquette, Avoid Interrupting, Preparation, & More!

Posted on Aug 18, 2021

Sure, we’re in the Zoom era, where employers go screen to screen as part of the interview process. But most interviews, no matter the field you’re in, start with a phone call. Phone interviews may seem a lost art, but to move forward in any job interview process, you should know how to conduct yourself. This blog will help you nail your next phone interview with some practical tips to keep you moving forward in your job hunt.

Hard and Soft Skills Manufacturing Employers Are Looking For

Posted on Aug 14, 2021

If you have hard skills in the manufacturing industry, you are in-demand. There is a manufacturing skills gap expected to leave 2.1 million unfilled jobs by 2030 . This could cost the American economy up to $1 trillion. The problem is that many high school and college graduates lack the skills necessary for a manufacturing environment and the apprenticeships that take these trades to a younger workforce are now gone. Do you have what it takes to work in these high skill, stable, well-paid roles? Here are the hard and soft skills manufacturing employers are looking for today.

Your Temp Job is Coming to an End: What are the Next Steps?

Posted on Aug 7, 2021

It’s can be disconcerting when a temp job comes to a close. The pressure to find something new can be worrisome. But if you plan ahead it will help make the experience easier and improve your chances of landing the next position. We have some tips that will help.

Remote Training for Industrial Jobs

Posted on Jul 30, 2021

COVID changed how we work and how we train others to do their work. Jobs of all types are now work-from-home and even some industrial positions can have a remote component. It’s predicted right now that up to 30% of the workforce will be remote at least a few days a week this year. That means training for these positions is critically important. Here’s how to improve your training processes to ensure productivity no matter where the worker is.

Training is Key

Employee training ensures your organization will continue to function effectively, even when many of your workers are transitioning to remote work. But training is also important because the...