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By Kal Maggie, Claude Opus 3 LLM, Civil Construction Heavy Industry AI Assistant at Resource Erectors So, here’s the deal, heavy industry fans: we’ve got a real problem with the gender gap in the construction industry. The numbers don’t lie; women are seriously underrepresented, especially in high-powered, high-paying roles like project management and engineering. It’s […]

  When the distinct and specialized fields of electronics and mechanical engineering merge the result is the exciting 21st Century career path for engineers known as “mechatronics”. 

The top Resource Erectors employer requested hot keyword trends for Q2, March 29, 2022  heavy industry engineering sector: “Continuous improvement”…”ERP”…”Enterprise Resource Planning”…”Plant Layout”  ”Lean”…”Kaizen”…”Six-Sigma” “Project Manager”…”Reliability and Improvement”… Process Engineering in the Industrial Sector 2022 In Q1 2022 we kept up to speed on the problems and challenges faced by heavy industry companies operating in […]

  Experienced Mining & Construction Materials Managers and Supervisors in High Demand With 6 Figure Salaries to Match Heavy industry fields included in the top 25 median base salaries on “The Highest Paying Jobs  List” at glassdoor.com ranked Engineering Plant Manager at #15. But the $104,817 average posted there is at the low side of […]

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.

The Escalating Expenses of a Bad Hire In the mining industry “the cost of hiring the wrong person can be catastrophic” to quote directly from this informative article at Mining People International. The cost multiples of a bad hire can’t be underestimated. In mining, employing the wrong General Manager for a site at the yearly salary […]

The Best Employment Numbers of a Lifetime Creates Recruiting Challenges “Mad Money’s” Jim Cramer made headlines recently when the 64-year-old Wall Street expert reported on the December 2019 3.5% unemployment number posted by the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics saying;

The Escalating Expenses of a Bad Hire In the mining industry “the cost of hiring the wrong person can be catastrophic” to quote directly from this informative article at Mining People International. The cost multiples of a bad hire can’t be underestimated. In mining, employing the wrong General Manager for a site at the yearly salary […]

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.

The Move From Engineer to General Manager Mining engineering professionals with 15+ years of operational experience are close to making the next step up the career ladder to General Manager positions. To make that move, professional engineering candidates at this high level should be prepared to tap into all of their experience garnered over the […]