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How to Get Promoted When You've Been at Your Job Less Than a Year

  Getting a promotion less than 12 months after you’ve been hired sounds like an impossible feat. However, with the economy in decent shape and unemployment relatively low, conditions are right for many employees to receive an internal promotion fairly quickly. That being said, it’s going to take more than a pulse and a bit… Read more »

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Do You Have Your Employees' Backs Covered?

  When employees are moving heavy objects, or doing strenuous labor every day, they can develop back problems over time. Back problems are particularly common when employees are not practicing proper lifting techniques or lifting heavy objects alone rather than with the help of others. Exacerbated by bad posture, daily stress or bad work habits,… Read more »

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Four Questions You Need to Ask at the End of Every Interview

  Every job interview is a two-way street. The person being interviewed ought to be evaluating the company just as much as they’re being considered for the job, as both parties should leave the interview convinced on whether the job would be a fantastic fit or not. Therefore, when the interviewer inevitably asks, “Do you… Read more »

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Why Over Half of Your Labor Force is Open to Being Recruited Elsewhere

  In the American labor market of 2017, organizations must work hard to hold on to staff members, or risk having them leave, according to a new survey. Nearly two of every three employees at mid-sized organizations are open to leaving for a different job, according to a new survey from the ADP Research Institute…. Read more »

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How to Make Lean Management Easier for Employees to Understand

  When a lean management program is rolled out, the management team encounters several challenges. One day, an employee is going about his or her work as usual, and the next day he or she must address new guidelines, new types of procedures, new responsibilities and possibly a new supervisor. All of which can cause… Read more »

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Change the Perception of Manufacturing Jobs to Attract the Next Generation

  The manufacturing sector in the United States has a significant branding challenge, which is impacting its ability to source the most skilled workers to fill the hundreds of thousands of its open jobs. Today’s manufacturers leverage innovative technology and automated systems, yet a belief still exists that jobs in this industry are boring, low-skill… Read more »

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  NSC Technologies is pleased to announce that it has acquired Superior Resource Group. June 30, 2017 – White Wolf Capital LLC (“White Wolf”) is pleased to announce that NSC Technologies, LLC (“NSC”) has acquired Superior Resource Group, Inc. (“SRG”).  White Wolf recapitalized NSC, in partnership with NSC’s management team, in November 2016.  The acquisition… Read more »

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What Should You Do if Your Company Puts Productivity Before Safety?

  A significant percentage of American workers say their employer puts productivity ahead of safety, according to a new report from the National Safety Council. The organization surveyed 2,000 workers nationwide and discovered 33 percent said productivity is more important than safety to their employer. Alarmingly, the percentage who said safety plays second fiddle at… Read more »

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  They say April showers bring May flowers, whatever the case, Spring’s beautiful flowers are often proceeded by wet weather. Wet weather can create hazardous conditions on the roadway. Below are 5 simple steps to roadway safety during wet weather. Every year, an average of 5,748,000 vehicle crashes occur in the U.S., according to data… Read more »

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Active Shooter

  Sadly, active shooter situations in public places are becoming more common, according to the FBI. While these incidents typically spark political debate over causes and solutions, companies and workers should be more concerned with developing a plan for handling an active shooter situation on their premises. Here are a few things every company and… Read more »