Automotive Jobs in Newmarket

Most of us grow up believing it’s wrong to brag. Boasting about our accomplishments and abilities only makes us seem tacky, right? On the contrary, showcasing your skills in a job interview is a crucial part of besting the competition and landing the position you desire. Read on to learn how to present yourself to… Read more »

Sometimes, it can seem like you’re working as hard as you can but, despite your best efforts, the people around you seem to be getting ahead in their careers while yours stands still. Of course, you should expect your supervisor will recommend you for a promotion if you’ve earned one. However, if you want to… Read more »

Don’t make the same mistake that many candidates do during their interviews. When the hiring manager says, “Tell me about yourself,” they babble on and on in an attempt to cover every aspect of their lives, most of which have little bearing on whether they will be selected for the job. Instead, craft a story… Read more »

You just received an invitation to interview for a job you would love to land. Your skills and experience match what the company is looking for, but you’ll still need to make a good impression during the interview. Most of that impression will be determined by what you say, and there are some things that… Read more »

One of the fastest-growing areas of the workforce is temporary employment. Often the victim of its reputation for low pay and entry-level jobs, it has gained respectability over the past few years as larger corporations, hospitals, and professional offices have begun to use temps, freelancers, and contract workers. Companies like Amazon have been leading the… Read more »

Even with a good employment market right now, getting hired for a forklift job is no easy task and applicants should do everything possible to differentiate themselves from the pack. A great, well-written resume can go a long way of elevating you above other applicants and boosting your odds of getting that next forklift operator position…. Read more »

The interview for that manufacturing opening seems to have gone very well. You had prepared by researching the company and by practicing your answers to the questions you anticipated the interviewer would ask. Now that the interview is winding down, the hiring manager asks you one last thing: “Do you have any questions for me?”… Read more »

Creating a company culture based on the values and initiatives that you believe in is the most important way to create an environment where your current employees stay and potential new employees want to work. Below are expert ways to make changes – sometimes tough ones – to your company culture that last and improve… Read more »

Machinists and machine operators have become harder to find in recent years. Apprenticeship programs, training grounds for machinists that are typically four years (or 8000 hours) in length, have been curtailed or eliminated by many businesses, and a push for high school students to attend four-year colleges, rather than to pursue a trade, has decreased… Read more »

Woody Allen once said: “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” Funny, but true! Although an employee’s experience and education are invaluable to a company, employers are increasingly looking at other factors — called work ethics — to describe their outstanding workers. And showing up, which includes being at work on time, coming to work… Read more »