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Ice Cream vs. Industry

7/6/2017
As much as I wish cookie dough connoisseur was part of my daily job description, not all summer jobs prepare us for our future career path.

Serious About Safety: Scout's Honor

6/22/2017
It’s clear that when young men learn how to put safety first they carry those lessons with them throughout their lives and into their careers.

Creating a Safer Workplace Through Young Worker Training

6/22/2017
Young workers between the ages of 16 to 24, have the highest rates of work-related injuries and illnesses compared to any other age group.

A Culture of Quality

6/15/2017
When companies are committed to the safety, education and growth of their employees, a positive energy resonates throughout their entire workforce.

Introducing OSHA Mom

6/8/2017
As a mom—three times as old as some of my classmates—I bet I’ve been in the emergency room three times more than most of them.

Safety Never Goes Out of Style

6/1/2017
Not only does safety dictate the quality of work produced, but it directly affects every individual that sets foot in the structure thereafter.

Five Reasons Why Millennials Are Great For The Construction Industry

5/25/2017
Much has been written about millennials and how they differ from previous generations in their approach to work – and careers in general.

How Sponsorship is Attracting Millennials Into Construction

5/18/2017
As a construction company owner, attracting the attention of millennial workers is only half the challenge.

Millennials: Why They Belong on Your Team

5/11/2017
Megan Wild offers a fresh perspective on the millennial generation and explains why they are a great fit for the construction industry!

Inside the Mind of a Millennial

5/4/2017
Regardless of the drive and work ethic outlining the experience on our resume, the millennial stigma raises quite a few red flags in the workplace.

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NCCER develops standardized construction and maintenance curricula and assessments with portable credentials. These credentials are tracked through NCCER’s National Registry which allows organizations and companies to track the qualifications of their craft professionals and/or check the qualifications of possible new hires. The National Registry also assists craft professionals by maintaining their records in a secure database.

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