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Meet the team – Christina Radner, Process Technology & Process Automation Consultant
Meet the team – Christina Radner, Process Technology & Process Automation Consultant
by Christina Radner
Posted in Meet the Team, Process automation
Get to know the people behind the profiles in our ‘Meet the team’ series. Christina is a Principal Consultant specialising in the process technology and process engineering markets, as well as having quite a big focus on process automation. You may know that she’s building a process automation team here at CrimsonXT. You may not know all the countries she’s lived in or her recent academic achievements!
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How to attract candidates during a construction talent shortage
How to attract candidates during a construction talent shortage
by Jennifer Levenston
Posted in Construction
Six effective ways construction firms can attract candidates during a talent shortage. The growth of the construction industry is great for the economy but posing new challenges for construction firms who are struggling to find the talent to sustain such growth.
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Meet the team – Josh Langley, Automation Division Team Manager
Meet the team – Josh Langley, Automation Division Team Manager
by Josh Langley
Posted in Automation, Meet the Team
Get to know the people behind the profiles in our ‘Meet the team’ series. Josh Langley is our Automation Division Team Manager at CrimsonXT. You may know that he leads his team in recruiting across intralogistics, mobile robotics and warehouse automation markets. You may not know about his former music career or proficiency in Wim Hof breathing techniques…
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#OurChosenCharities – A conversation with Target Ovarian Cancer
#OurChosenCharities – A conversation with Target Ovarian Cancer
by Paul Rodwell
Posted in Charity
In the last few months, we’ve raised over £6,000 through the Simone Taylor Fund. However, beyond just donations we want to champion the work of these charities, to raise awareness of their causes and the work they do. CEO Paul Rodwell speaks to Mark Drain at Target Ovarian Cancer to find out more about their life-saving work.
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The Women Revolutionizing Robotics | A conversation with Solutions Executive Callie Moriarty
The Women Revolutionizing Robotics | A conversation with Solutions Executive Callie Moriarty
by Olivia Wake
Posted in Automation, Women in Robotics
Whilst developments in mobile robotics never seem to cease, one aspect of the industry that continues to lag behind is the representation of women, particularly in positions of leadership. Olivia Wake speaks to Solutions Executive Callie Moriarty about choosing the right working environments nand having it all as a career-oriented woman.
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#OurChosenCharities – A conversation with The Eve Appeal
#OurChosenCharities – A conversation with The Eve Appeal
by Paul Rodwell
Posted in Charity
In the last few months, we’ve raised over £5,000 through the Simone Taylor Fund. However, beyond just donations we want to champion the work of these charities, to raise awareness of their causes and the work they do. CEO Paul Rodwell speaks to Athena Lamnisos at The Eve Appeal to find out more about their life-saving work.
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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.
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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.
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