Prepare Yourself for a Management Role in Engineering

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You started your engineering career at the junior level, working as a member of a team and operating under high levels of oversight. Then you became a senior engineer and enjoyed a little more autonomy. Now you’re about to take the next big step in your career, which will involve managing projects and overseeing the…

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Industrial Engineering: Career Profile

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Looking for Industrial Engineering Jobs in New Hampshire? Most high school and entering college students recognize some of the broader characteristics that shape careers in the “engineering” category. Engineers work with structures, fluids, mechanics, chemistry or electricity to design the buildings, roads and bridges that surround us and the factories and plants that produce things…

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5 Ways to Motivate Temp Employees

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Temporary and part time workers are forming the driving engine of a growing number of service industries, and if you manage a retail, hospitality or tech business, you may live this reality every day. But while contingency and temporary staffing offer a long list of benefits, temporary teams also come with a unique set of…

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The Importance of Temp Onboarding

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As an experienced manager, you probably already recognize the value of careful onboarding. New employees are likely to stay longer, work harder, and take company success personally if they feel warmly welcomed from day one. Most new employees also feel a sense of trust and reassurance when their new workplace feels well organized and well…

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