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Hello Reader,

Today, we discuss employee retention strategies including promotions into leadership, sheet metal training that will grow careers, and when to keep interview answers short.

We hope you find this information helpful, and if there is anything we can do to help with your staffing or recruiting needs, please feel free to contact us today.

Sincerely,
Natasha Parker
natasha.parker@nsc-tech.com

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6 Tips to Encourage Your Most Talented People to Apply for Leadership Roles

Another retention strategy is to promote from within. We discuss how to get your top talent to apply to leadership opportunities.


Essential Sheet Metal Training You Should Consider to Elevate Your Career

The sheet metal industry is expected to grow over the next decade, leading to greater opportunities for sheet metal workers. This post looks at the skills needed to enhance a sheet metal worker's career.


Interview Tips: When to Keep Your Answers Short

Some things are better left unsaid - and this goes for long, drawn out interview answers. This post identifies which answers to keep short.

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