Stop Just Talking About It—Start Delivering! Why Candidate Experience Really Matters

It’s not an earth-shattering revelation that the amount of experience a candidate has is important. Everyone knows that. Everyone knows that if you want to grow your company, you need to hire talent that is qualified and experience. So, why don’t we take the steps to make that hiring process more efficient and successful? The… Read more »

What’s Your Worth? California’s Mechanical Engineering Salary Information

If you want to be a leading candidate as a mechanical engineer, the first step is to make sure that you are educated on your actual value. All too often engineers end up selling themselves short, and when they have no advocate to help them, this can mean getting stuck with a low-pay scale and… Read more »

Roadblocks & Opportunities: Women in STEM

The gender issue in the fields of STEM or Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine, is already well known. While there are thousands of qualified women seeking careers in these sectors, they are finding it difficult to reach their goals. What steps can be taken to help defeat the gender bias in STEM careers? Mary… Read more »

New Research Helps to Predict Electrical Response of Metals to Extreme Pressures

Although we know have quad core computer processors, until now we’ve been limited when it comes to the speed that a single processor can achieve. This is due in a large part to the metal wiring that connects chips, the interconnects, as they are called. Metal has electrical resistance and this slows down the speed… Read more »

Microscopic Medical Propeller Could Pioneer Medical Treatment Options

We’ve seen numerous advances in nanotech over the past year, and none perhaps affected society as much as the smart-watch – a long awaited device that science fiction fans have pined over for years. But, this is not the only big thing happening in nanotech. In fact, there are a host of new surprises, and… Read more »

Even Top Talent Make Interviewing Mistakes – 5 Common Mistakes to Avoid Making

You’ve worked hard developing yourself as a candidate of choice, and you have the skills to make it with any company. However, even the best talent can still make mistakes during the interview process. If you know you’ve got what it takes to get hired, but you’re finding that you’re not getting past the interview… Read more »

New Solar Panel Materials Development Increases Efficiency, Decreases Costs

We all know how important developing new sources of energy is, and how vital it is to come up with new ways to produce power. As a society, we are desperately reliant on our power sources, and natural resources are becoming limited. In the push to develop a less expensive, more reliable and eco-friendly power… Read more »

Make Smarter Hiring Decisions by Harnessing the Power of Your Staffing Data

We develop hiring processes that are designed to sift through job candidates and hopefully find the person who will be ideal for the position. However, there are many variables and it can be difficult to find the right hire, particularly if you are only using resumes and interviews to make your decision. By collecting, quantifying… Read more »

Environmentally Friendly Cement Proves to Be Stronger than Traditional Cement

In this country, and throughout the world, we rely heavily on concrete as a building material. Numerous structures are made with this material, thanks to its ease of use, hardiness and its ability to withstand the elements and weather well over decades. A new study recently came out which points out that a new, environmentally… Read more »

Doodle3D – Printing 2D Pictures in 3D

As 3D printing becomes more popular, advances in printers and engineering applications have evolved. However, there’s an exciting new advancement that will allow users to easily take a 2D image and create a printable 3D image. Known as Doodle3D, this new app and device is a sketching tool that hooks into your computer and converts… Read more »