hiring market
2024 Q2 Market Report: Utility Scale Opportunities and Challenges

Load growth is here. Utilities are not ready. Utilities across the country are seeing load growth for the first time in decades and we are…

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Adapting to Change In A Shifting Renewable Energy Landscape

In the renewable space, policy changes can be seismic shifts that reverberate across the industry. So how can candidates successfully navigate these policy changes and position themselves for success?

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Women in Solar: Shaping the Future

It’s crucial to recognize the pivotal role that women play in shaping the solar industry and help to attract more diverse voices moving forward.

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Power Beyond Technical Acumen

In the dynamic landscape of renewable, more than technical skills are required for executive-level success.

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The Changing Landscape of Non-Compete Agreements and Salary History Questions

The national landscape is shifting, gifting employees more power and leverage in what has historically been a more employer-friendly environment. Many states are limited in what companies can ask about salary history and reigning in problematic non-competes. 

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solar industry
The NEM 3.0 Shockwave

The recent introduction of Net Energy Metering 3.0 (NEM 3.0) has sent shockwaves through the solar industry in CA. The consequences are significant, with an anticipated loss of 17,000 jobs and an 80% drop in installation rates. So what are some takeaways from the headlines? Read on to find out. 

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Job Seeker Blog
How to Navigate a Career Change in Renewable Energy 

How to make a successful career change in the industry.  Evaluating Your Long-term Goals and Aspirations in the Industry. First, you need to understand why…

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Jobseeker Blog
A Beginner’s Guide To Interview Colors 

Whether it’s an online or an in-person interview, need to make sure that the first impression you make is a strong one. Because the colors you wear send subliminal messages to the brain, learning the meaning behind them can help convey the right emotions to the interviewer. If you are doing a Zoom interview, consider your background when choosing colors. 

While no color is strictly off-limits, some colors should only be worn as accents. Additionally, jewel tones and pastels are better than bright or neon colors. According to CareerBuilder, 23% of hiring managers recommended blue, and 15% recommended black. Orange was the color most likely to be associated with someone who is unprofessional by 25%.

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Employer Blog
How To Get Specific and Write Effective Job Descriptions 

Setting clear expectations to accurately convey a role’s responsibilities to help both recruiters and job seekers. How Clear Job Descriptions Avoid Misunderstandings Writing a job…

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