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COV cost of vacancies for your company
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The High Cost of Vacancies (COV) in Critical Positions at Your Company

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Calculating COV: The Business Impact of Talent Shortages COV, or Cost of Vacancy, is the most critical metric for determining the actual dollar impact of vacancies in key positions for industries across the board, and according to one leading HR expert, the COV metric is one quite often neglected. (more…)
mining construction equipment 2021
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Construction and Mining Equipment 2021: Bulldozing Over Covid 19 Setbacks

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  In the third AEM [Association of Equipment Manufacturers] member survey conducted since the pandemic started, 75 percent of CEO respondents predict industry-wide revenue growth through October 2021.- Construction Equipment Guide It’s hard to keep a strong industry down and civil construction and mining are two sectors showing impressive resilience…
Minnesota Iron Ore Mining
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Mining Jobs Take Priority Over Traditional Politics in the US Iron Belt

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6 mayors in Northern Minnesota, a state in the heart of the US Iron Belt, have broken the long-standing tradition of their fathers and grandfathers by abandoning the Democrats and the Biden presidential campaign. As the Democrats rush farther and farther to the left, mayors, traditional Democrat communities,  and industry…
California Power Grid Collapse
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Scorn For Vital Energy Resources Leaves the California Power Grid at Risk of Collapse

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Kneeling to Radical Environmentalism Leaves California Residents Sweating Out Rolling Blackouts At Resource Erectors we’re always right upfront when it comes to exciting new sustainable technology and eco-friendly advancements that lead to a better, healthier ecosystem on this little blue marble we all live and work on. We’ve even got…
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The Foundry Industry Faces Essential Business Confusion Amid COVID-19 Shutdowns

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Is Any Sector More Essential than the Foundry Industry? According to a 2019 report at thebalance.com, the US manufacturing sector produces over 18% of the world’s goods and every dollar spent in manufacturing adds $1.89 in business growth in supported industrial sectors such as defense, utilities, retail, transportation, and business services.…

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