Follow These 4 Tips to Clean Up Your Resume and Get a New Job in 2018!

  The New Year is a great time for new beginnings, and perhaps you’re thinking about starting out 2018 with a new job? If so, you might want to start your job search by doing a little resume maintenance. In addition to adding in your most recent job, any abilities you’ve gained and any training… Read more »

How to Uncover the True Value of Your Employees to Set them Up for Success

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  Employee reviews are supposed to focus on the progress of staff members toward achieving both company objectives and their goals within the company. However, a progress report shouldn’t be the only reason for these reviews. To truly appreciate the value of your staff members, you also have to understand how their priorities line up… Read more »

Want to Thank Your Employees? Here’s What They Really Want

Thank Your Employees

  In today’s work environment, expressions of appreciation really are an essential part of the process. Expressions of gratitude can bring people together, fostering a vibrant company culture and higher levels of employee engagement. Many companies take a basic approach to showing appreciation. They might dole out a cash bonus once in a while, or… Read more »

8 Tips to Keep Your Drivers Awake and Alert

8 Tips to Keep Your Drivers Awake and Alert

  Truck drivers work long hours and have irregular sleep schedules. Many are also getting compensated based on the amount of work they do, whether that’s based on the miles traveled, their time on the road or the type of load being delivered. Staying awake and aware for long periods is critical if you want… Read more »

Thank You for Your Service

  “Thank you for your service.”  Words many American Veterans will likely hear this Saturday, November 11th as our country pays tribute to former service members on Veterans Day.  Veterans Day is a day set aside to thank and honor those who served honorably in the military – in wartime or peace. NSC Technologies would… Read more »

Want More Money? Here’s the Right Way to Ask For It

Want More Money?

  If you’re a highly qualified candidate for a job, you might start asking yourself if there is an approach to negotiating for a higher salary without ruining your chances of getting the position. For some people, effective negotiating seems to come naturally. But for the rest of us, it is possible to learn effective… Read more »

Why You Have to Focus on Company Culture During Times of Low Unemployment

Focus on Company Culture During Times of Low Unemployment

  The joblessness rate in the United States is the lowest it has been in the past decade, bottoming out at a little over 4 percent. While this is generally considered to be a good thing, it also means companies are finding it hard to retain and hire workers. With a lot of opportunities out… Read more »

How to Crush Your Initial Interview Call with a Recruiter

How to Crush Your Initial Interview Call with a Recruiter

  While they might look and feel similar, there are big differences between an interview with a hiring manager and an interview with a staffing recruiter. Job seekers interviewing with a hiring manager are trying to get one specific job, while those interviewing with a recruiter might be under consideration for a few different open… Read more »

Are You Testing Your Welders on These Math Skills?

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  We typically think of math tests as belonging in high school or college, but testing certain math skills of welding professionals is an effective way to see if they are using proper technique when practicing their craft. Because welders must determine accurate measurements of the materials they work with, they must be comfortable with… Read more »

How to Make Your Candidates Feel More Comfortable for a Better Experience

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  Most people get nervous before an interview, and there’s a good reason for that: An interview is a performance, like a piano recital or stand-up comedy routine.There’s pressure to perform in a job interview and there’s a small audience just a few feet away, literally judging everything they see and hear, because that is… Read more »