Posts Tagged: Industrial Labor Detroit

Look Ahead for 2018

With the New Year everyone is setting new resolutions for their career and job. These resolutions are not always met with the same enthusiasm that was put into dreaming them up. Set a goal this year instead. Goals are more achievable because they rely on implemented strategies that can be achieved in small increments. New… Read More »

Understanding Next-Shoring and How It Can Help Your Company

You’ve surely heard of “offshoring” work, and maybe even “reshoring” as developing economies increase the average wage. But have you heard of “next-shoring”? This innovative thought process is designed to respond to a fast-evolving market heavily impacted by the Internet of Things, a new wave of robotics and other technologies that are offering interesting challenges… Read More »

Improve Your Networking Abilities Before Saying Hello

For some reason, the professional art of networking has garnered a difficult or stressful connotation for many candidates preparing to begin their job search. But in truth, successful networking requires the same skills (personal and professional) that you will draw on to prepare for a successful interview. Perfecting your elevator pitch, knowing your resume inside… Read More »

Learn from Your Most Recent Job Interview to Land the Next Job

While it might seem like a particular kind of self deprecation to dwell on the failures of unsuccessful interviews, you might be surprised what you can learn from a bad experience. There’s a difference between obsessing over your past job interviews and learning from your experiences. As is the case with most things in life,… Read More »

The Current State of Green Manufacturing

The dream of a green economy has been one that has attracted many consumers and manufacturers over recent years. Growing public and political concern over issues of sustainability and resource consumption has led to buzzwords such as “green” and “eco-friendly” to carry significant weight in the industry. As environmental concerns continue to grow, we can’t… Read More »