Follow These Tips to Hire the Right Chemist

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  Companies in the scientific industry often have a hard time finding the talent they need. There’s a war for talent on these days. The best employees in the industry know their skills are highly sought-after. But in order to make a strong, long-term hire, it’s important to know what kind of chemist you’re looking… Read more »

How Temporary Work Allows You to “Try Before You Buy”

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  Interested in temp work? It might not be your first choice for a new job, but temporary contracts are growing in popularity, for both employers and employees. Here’s why you just might want to try on a new role to make sure it’s a good fit for you before investing in a company. Availability… Read more »

How Successful Leaders Build a Strong Team

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  A leader needs to build a team that can perform consistently, execute flawlessly, and attain key business goals. But building a strong, effective team doesn’t always happen naturally. A great deal of thought and strategy goes into the creation of really strong teams. It comes down to an interesting balance of productivity, culture, and… Read more »

Determining ROI of a New Employee

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  Are you looking to hire a new employee, but need to justify the ROI first? To do this, you’ll need to choose a method to demonstrate return, so be sure you’ve counted all the costs and more. This is a very common challenge that managers and HR professionals face on a daily basis. Knowing… Read more »

Success in the Medical Technology Industry

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  When you look at how Verum Technical has helped employers succeed, it is clear how important a strong and reliable partner in staffing can make a huge difference in both project and long-term success for companies. Take the example of a recent success story with a unique medical device company. The way they evaluated… Read more »

Keys to Communication in the Office

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  We’ve all dealt with the internal struggle of how to best communicate within the workplace. The truth is, we all have our own communication style and it is important to learn how to work cohesively with other styles. Here is an overview of some of those key communication strategies to help make stronger connections… Read more »

What Does a Lab Technician Do?

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  Thinking about becoming a lab technician? This article looks into the education requirements, skills and day-to-day functions of the job to see if it’s the right fit for you. Job Overview Lab techs are skilled workers who are prized for their ability to work with complex systems and perform highly technical mechanical or diagnostic… Read more »

Have You Thought About Mid-Year Reviews?

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  As the mid-year point is coming up, it is important to think about implementing mid-year reviews within your company. Mid-year reviews provide extra time to evaluate your employees’ objectives and make sure you’re on target to hit their yearly goals. Here are several things to keep in mind as you build out your plan… Read more »

Ways to Avoid Being a “Stepping Stone” in Your Engineer’s Careers

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  Are you finding your candidates are using your company as a stepping stone for their careers? That can be a costly investment on your part, particularly if the trend is greater than just an engineer or two. If you find yourself in this situation, it’s time to take a serious look at how to… Read more »

5 Underrated Things You Can Do To Make Your Company Better

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  Are you overthinking ways to make your company better? Don’t look too far – it actually doesn’t take a massive investment in most cases. Here are some simple and easy ways to improve your company that you can take on ASAP and see a real difference. Put Customers First The customer experience should be… Read more »