Entries by Vexis Development

Four Tips for Finding a Job After Law School

You were accepted to one of the nation’s top law schools, made it through all of your classes and passed the bar exam. The hard part is over, right? Not so fast. Even though the job outlook for lawyers has improved in recent years, finding a job after law school isn’t as simple as you […]

Pursue a Job in the Light Industrial Industry?

The term “light industry” generally refers to manufacturing processes that produce smaller goods for consumer use. In comparison with heavy industry, light industrial manufacturing processes require fewer amounts of raw materials, relying more on partially processed materials. Examples of goods that are produced via light industrial manufacturing include clothing, consumer electronics and household appliances.What Types […]

Construction Job Communication Tips

Communication Failures on a Construction Jobsite When the jobsite feels chaotic and disorganized, you can probably pin the blame on this likely culprit––miscommunication.  Failure to communicate can ultimately lead to serious jobsite accidents, project rework, and employee problems. The construction industry has established processes for communication over the years, but the various groups involved on […]

Measuring Risk Construction Insight

Measuring risk in 2017, Construction insight! Think of the insurance industry as your personal guide to forecasting the future climate of the construction industry. Tracking the insurance industry’s trends can give us a better understanding of the kinds of changes and risks that are to come in our industry to stay one step ahead of […]

Job Site communication Tips

When the job site feels chaotic and disorganized, you can probably pin the blame on this likely culprit––miscommunication.  Failing with communication on a job site can ultimately lead to serious job site accidents, project rework, and employee problems. The construction industry has established processes for communication over the years, but the various groups involved on […]

How to Prepare for a Job Interview

WITH MORE AND MORE INTERVIEWS BEING HELD BY A PANEL OF 3 OR 4 PEOPLE, HOW DO YOU PREPARE FOR ALL THE QUESTIONS LOBBED AT YOU? HINT: PREPARE Heading into any job interview can be stressful, but for some candidates, heading into a panel interview can be particularly nerve wracking. Given that panel interviews are […]

Trade School Benefits for Construction Jobs

Trade School Benefits for Construction Jobs One of the biggest benefits to working in the skilled trades is the education required. While there are many positives to going to 4 years of school for a bachelor’s degree, there are also a few big negatives, including cost. Since 1990, tuition costs have risen over 300%, far […]

Digital Maintenance Management

Preventative Maintenance Preventive maintenance is the industry standard for digital maintenance management. However, once preventive maintenance becomes the norm, plants can push further and enhance their operations by instituting maintenance as a company-wide responsibility. This extends a plant’s workforce far beyond the handful of dedicated maintenance workers to other departmental staff. No department sits outside […]

Admin & Clerical Job Tips

Tips for Admin/Clerical  Don’t Forget the Essential Ingredients of a Good Meeting Good meetings don’t just happen. They’re planned. And even when you are meeting on Skype or a conference call, the basics of good meetings apply. • Consider whether you need a meeting in the first place. • Think through the meeting’s purpose, outcome, […]

Find The Right Job Opportunity

What Keeps You Interested In Your Job? Work burnout is a real thing. People get stuck in jobs they don’t like because they need the paycheck and are too scared to go out and find something they love to do. Or maybe they’re just bored and need new projects to feel happy at work again. […]