Business Interview Etiquette: What NOT To Say!

Business Interview Etiquette: What NOT to Say!

You’re sitting in the waiting area, nervous. You’re dressed in a smart, spiffy outfit. All signed in, the receptionist has informed your interviewer that you’ve arrived. The stage is set and your interview is about to begin. You slide your…

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Manufacturing Training For The Next Generation

Manufacturing Training for the Next Generation

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 264,000 job openings in manufacturing in March 2014. Although advances in technology have lead many to question the future job growth in the industry, trends show there is still a…

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Wearing Respirators In The Workplace

Wearing Respirators in the Workplace

While on the job, safety should be a primary concern. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez believes, "No one should have to sacrifice their life for their livelihood, because a nation built on the dignity of work must provide safe working…

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How To Handle Chemicals In The Workplace

How to Handle Chemicals in the Workplace

It may not be an aspect of our job that we think about on a daily basis, but nothing is more important in the workplace than safety. For many professionals, especially those who work in the engineering, medical, or automotive…

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Breaking The Vicious Cycle Of Machine Breakdowns

Breaking the Vicious Cycle of Machine Breakdowns

The automotive manufacturing environment is not for the faint of heart. However, with demand vaulting beyond pre-2009 levels, extensive retooling for new product lines, and significant plant expansions in North America, all signs point to a North American automotive industry…

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