How to Hire Talent for Engineering Jobs During a Skills Shortage

Recruiting Tips to Help You Hire the Best Industrial engineering jobs are forecast to grow by 8% from 2018 to 2028 According to BLS. This is faster than the average expected growth across all industries in the US. With jobs growing so fast, companies need talent to fill their roles. However, there is a skills shortage […]

7 Strategies to Stop The Best Manufacturing Engineer Joining Your Competition

Staff Retention Tips for Manufacturing Organizations For the long-term success of any company, retaining top staff is vital. With a new industrial age in full swing, manufacturing engineer jobs are playing a key role in many companies. From AI and robotics to automation, many sectors are relying on talented manufacturing engineers to keep their operations […]

Electrical Engineer Interview Questions Interviewers Must Ask

11 Interview Questions to Help You Hire the Best Electrical Engineer Whether you’re hiring a contract electrical engineer or searching for a permanent hire, you’ll want to make sure that the candidate you select is the best fit for your role.  According to the U.S. Department of Labor, a bad hire can cost you up […]

Finding the Best Electrical Engineers is Hard. Here’s How to Hire

Don’t Let the Talent Shortage Stump You If you’re finding it hard to hire a top-quality electrical engineer, you’re suffering from an industry-wide problem – increasing demand for engineers and a shortage of electrical engineer talent. According to the latest research by Deloitte and SEMI, 60% of companies say that electrical engineering jobs are the […]

Resume Buzzwords to Use and Avoid

On average, recruiters and HR professionals spend six seconds looking over resumes. They are tired of reading overused filler words. Instead, they want to know what you’ve done to add value to the company rather than reading you’re a punctual hard working employee. When you have a resume loaded with cliché words that make a general statement, […]

How to Describe Yourself in an Interview

You’ve applied for a job, landed the interview, pulled up company details, looked at the job description multiple times, answered practice questions, and planned an outfit. You showed up to the interview (early). You’re ready for every possible question about your skills and ability to perform the job. That’s when they hit you with a […]

Millennials in the Workforce and What They Want

Currently, millennials are the largest generation active in the workforce. What they want out of a job is different from the generations that came before them. As the largest segment in the workforce, what they want is becoming increasingly important. If companies want to keep and attract good employees, they will have to be flexible […]

Common Job Searching Mistakes

Do you feel like you keep applying for every job, but you just aren’t getting it? Not only can searching for a job be a long and tedious process, add in a competitive market and it gets even harder. Sometimes a little mistake can make even the most qualified candidates miss job opportunities. Check out […]

How to Answer Personal Job Interview Questions

When you live and breathe your career, walking into a job and answer questions pertaining to your industry seem easy. You can tell them all about the projects you’ve worked on, industry trends, and growth that you’ve accomplished at your previous employer. The questions that catch me off guard are all the ones about myself. […]

Bring Holiday Cheer to the Office

Tis’ the season of giving. Whether it’s the giving of gifts, giving back to the community, or just turning up the holiday spirit and giving out kindness, every little thing counts. The tiniest bit of kindness can go a long way. There are  many ways to promote kindness in the workplace. Here are 12 ideas […]