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The Week’s Best Reading In 10 Minutes Or Less!

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The Week’s Best Reading In 10 Minutes Or Less!

Happening Right Now

As we roll into the holiday season (and ultimately the end of the year), it’s time to look for ways to get the most from 2016.  If you haven’t had a chance to yet, check out my recent video series for some actionable tips and tricks that you can start using right away to improve your corporate culture.  

I’m putting together some materials for my next interview series too, so if you have ideas or topics you’d like to hear me talk about, let me know with an email or a quick call.

Positions To Fill

I have a number of positions that need to be filled so if you’re a professional in the Electrical Construction industry (or if you know someone who is) and you’re looking for a new opportunity have a look:

If these positions aren’t up your alley, make sure to check out my featured jobs page or sign up for my newsletter to get updates on new positions that become available.  

News From the Industry

Here are few articles and industry updates that hit my inbox this week that I think my audience would find helpful:

If you come across any articles related to Electrical Construction or HR, share them with me on Twitter, LinkedIn, or FaceBook!

Others To Follow

Here are some Twitter accounts I ran across that are worth following!

29 infuriating construction fails that will fill you with rage http://twitter.com/miicasa_ca/statu

via Thomas Dube

 

“Greater demand and fewer skilled workers are spurring #NECA into action: http://ow.ly/V2Lmr   #skilledtrades #unionjobs

via ElectricTV

 

“$200M Lighthouse Point May Begin This Year #NYC #electric #construction #TheElectricWeb http://theelectricwebnetwork.blogspot.com/2015/11/200m-l

via Peter Coyne

Fly Friday!

This is a great time of year for a lot of reasons but, for me, the best part is that I get to set the tone for the new year.  With that, I’ll leave you with this quote

“December, being the last month of the year, cannot help but make us think of what is to come.”

Fennel Hudson,

 

By | 2018-06-14T19:21:19+00:00 December 4th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments