Our blog

The recruitment mistake to avoid
The recruitment mistake to avoid
by Cian Denvir
Posted in Automation
There is no doubt that the warehouse automation and robotics industry is booming, with the market expected to be worth $30 billion by 2026. As with any growing industry, companies are competing for talented employees at all levels and especially business-critical senior positions, but many are underestimating the importance of industry expertise in their recruitment partners.
Read more
How the pandemic has affected candidates in the construction industry
How the pandemic has affected candidates in the construction industry
by Jennifer Levenston
Posted in Construction
The pandemic has plunged many construction workers into one of the most challenging times of their careers. As countries across the world dealt with lockdowns and other restrictions, construction workers have attempted to complete existing projects while protecting staff on-site, and managing supply chain interruptions and project suspensions.
Read more
Construction: Should you work in Boston or New Hampshire?
Construction: Should you work in Boston or New Hampshire?
by Jennifer Levenston
Posted in Construction
For many in the construction industry, Boston has long been considered a great place to work with many exciting projects to be a part of. However, for some job searchers, New Hampshire is fast becoming an alternative ideal location based on their individual needs and preferences. So, should you work in Boston or New Hampshire?
Read more
How to Retain and Attract Talent During the Turnover Tsunami
How to Retain and Attract Talent During the Turnover Tsunami
by Josh Langley
Posted in Automation, HR
This year, according to a report by Achievers Workforce Institute, 52% of employees said they intended to look for a new job. We also ran our own poll, which found 71% of people had seen an increase in employee turnover this year. Why is this happening, and what can employers do to not only retain existing employees but to also attract those individuals looking for a change?
Read more