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For Employers, Leadership
By BIC Recruiting / August 22, 2018

Frontline managers key to operational, refining success

Employees who manage a network of sites or a frontline of employees and direct as much as two-thirds of the workforce are a company's most vital asset. They are the...

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Career Advice, For Employees, Industry Profile, Leadership
By BIC Recruiting / August 20, 2018

The Talent Pipeline: Tony Oda, Technical Services Manager, Jacobs

There are multiple career paths that can lead an individual to become a technical services manager; however, mine has certainly been a unique one. I graduated with an MBA from Indiana University and started my career in this industry when I joined Jacobs back in 2012 in an entry-level position in supply chain management. I worked my way through different positions to become a materials manager. Additionally, I gained extensive field experience while working as a field engineer and a turnover coordinator. This experience in multiple disciplines, paired with hands-on learning from great mentors, led me to my current position.

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Business Owners, For Employees, For Employers, Industry Profile, Leadership
By BIC Recruiting / August 17, 2018

Champions For Change accelerates women in industry

A new transformative diversity and inclusion initiative is being adopted by more and more companies every day. More than 50 high-profile CEOs, whose companies represent more than 9 million employees and more than $1.7 trillion in revenue globally...

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Business Owners, Career Advice, For Employees, For Employers, Leadership
By BIC Recruiting / August 15, 2018

Think inside the box: Drive performance, improve culture

Framing your organizational box: Side 1 Success is often defined by the talent leaders are able to attract, develop and retain. Companies with the best approach to their craftsmen and...

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Business Owners, Career Advice, For Employees, Leadership
By BIC Recruiting / August 13, 2018

Empower workforce with training, sincere recognition

Given the reality of a workforce increasingly aging out of and retiring from the petrochemical and related industries, owners and other stakeholders are tasked with preserving "tribal knowledge" for those taking these departing employees' places.

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