As technology continues to grow and change, so does the engineering field. Employers will be looking for new skill sets not previously expected in typical engineering positions. As these needs change, here are some things to look out for and add to your tool belt.
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August 11, 2021
Finding top-tier candidates for an open position can be difficult, especially if it is a technical job. From the time it takes to monitor and qualify submissions, to the expense that can be incurred from a bad hire, there are quite a few great reasons for employers to use an engineering staffing firm to streamline their hiring process. We will help you understand what a specialist agency can do for you with 5 reasons why it is important to use a service dedicated to finding quality candidates.
July 28, 2021
Building an attractive brand is a huge focus for companies. Brand building not only increases consumer awareness, it can also be used to share core values, giving the company an identity that can be connected with on a personal level.
But what if you are trying to attract quality employees? How does brand strategy fit in with recruiting? The rise of interactive social platforms has opened up opportunities for companies to enhance brand awareness. One of the easiest ways to appeal to candidates is by using these platforms.
June 9, 2021
When you look at Western medicine and how we categorize medical doctors and their capabilities, they usually fall into one of two categories: specialist or generalist. Specialists are able to provide a higher quality of care because of their additional training, education and focus on a specific area; they can target and treat specific conditions by providing expert procedures or treatment plans to help their patients achieve a higher level of care. The same distinction can also be found in the recruitment and staffing industry.
February 17, 2021
TriMech is fortunate to work with clients from Maine to Florida and out to Arkansas, offering a range of engineering solutions. This week's client story showcases how TriMech Staffing helped our client fill an empty role for their expanding business quickly and with someone who had buckets of experience.
September 30, 2020
The national unemployment rate was at a low in the beginning of the 2020 calendar year. However, three months into the year was March, where the entire global market juxtaposed the earlier, fiscal trajectory. For the next few months, most corporations and smaller businesses saw it hard to remain operating due to the cost of overhead and the lack of revenue coming in, as their clients stop purchasing. Luckily, the manufacturing industry was deemed essential to sustain everyday life, which to many of TriMech’s clients, was a saving grace. Despite being essential, our clients did not scrape by unscathed, and many were needing flexibility by limiting a company's overhead. That's where Staffing came in since many wanted to learn more about the use of contractors in their workspace.
Two years ago, TriMech Staffing placed a Mechanical Engineering at a robotic systems company in the Northeast. The company was looking for a mid-level candidate of about 5-7 years, but during our search that we came across a very junior engineer. However, they had practice doing everything our client was looking for.
August 5, 2020
While your miles may vary, many companies are starting to journey back to some variation of normalcy at the workplace. There may be masks in common areas and enough hand sanitizer to fill a kiddie-pool, but we are slowly reentering our places of business. So how do we start planning the remaining months of 2020 and ramping back up as far as replenishing and growing staff levels?
Finding the right people for your company be an exhausting process. From getting all the right qualifications on the job description to the stress of searching and interviewing to finally onboarding and training. Many of TriMech’s clients originally saw staffing as an unneeded expense to further add to the tumultuous experience of hiring. However, what is the true cost?