In an effort to continue the high level of service and expertise our customers are accustomed to, we’re excited to announce four key additions to our team. Each brings their unique qualifications and experience to help us improve service to our customers, our guests and our staff. Read on to learn more about these key additions.
Like eating or drinking, sleep is a biological requirement. According to the CDC, sleep deprivation is a growing epidemic in the workforce, particularly for shift workers. The National Institutes of Health suggests that adults need 7-8 hours of sleep per night, but too often, workers average fewer than 6 hours. We know that sleep is […]
In many industrial sectors, including oil, gas, and construction, experienced workers (especially Baby Boomers) are retiring with fewer younger workers to take their place. As “The Great Crew Change” continues, smart companies need to adapt to the unique needs of younger workers, especially the Millennial workforce. The same tactics that worked in the past won’t necessarily work in today’s environment. How can companies step up their efforts to recruit Millennials for critical roles in the rotational workforce? How can they recruit these valuable, trained employees and keep them on board?
When it comes to remote worksites in the oil and gas industry, or on isolated construction sites, lodging options are few and far between. It is common practice for employers to provide their workers a per diem for housing expenses, and let it go at that. That approach saves money, but it comes with a big catch; workers often have few options except for inadequate accommodations, a long drive away from the job site. These long commutes have a major effect on sleep, job performance, and, most importantly, safety.