About Premier Engineering
Premier Engineering is a multi-disciplinary firm specializing in civil engineering, transportation engineering, land survey, geotechnical engineering, water resources engineering, structural engineering, materials testing, construction management, and construction staking. It is based in Chandler, Arizona.
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Feb 16, 2022
| Membership (fee-based) Getty The technology industry is booming. Companies are accelerating transformations and capabilities on a global scale, making the technology workforce more valuable now than ever. And thanks to the shift to remote work, organizations now have greater access to talent without geographic constraints . Amid the Great Resignation , it's no secret that competition for tech talent is fierce. Companies are pressed to reimagine the workplace for employees and prospective candidates, promoting brand cultures that encourage autonomy, creativity, freedom and flexibility. I also recognize that today's employees want to feel passionate about their work and ensure that it has a deeper purpose. That being said, I still believe it is fundamental for human beings to have some form and amount of social interaction, and companies must remain creative when thinking of new ways to bring teams together on a recurring basis. Like how universities make their rounds across the country touching base with their alumni, the industry will need to develop new ways to reach our talent. Most engineers possess a powerful combination of critical thinking and creative flare. Companies are particularly interested in creating the ideal environment to attract engineers, perhaps the most in-demand talent in the technology space, and a key strategy to achieve that goal is to build a strong engineering talent pipeline. Training and developing the engineers of tomorrow and getting them exposure and access to the technology and tools they need to master goes a long way, as does investing in the advanced growth opportunities to take today's most elite engineers to the next level. Recommended For You Fewer stories like this For organizations hoping to maximize their engineering talent and foster a workplace that will enable them to thrive, here are three crucial focus areas: The Skills Engineers Need Right Now As the industry evolves faster than engineers can be traditionally trained, it is imperative for organizations to quickly develop talent internally and anticipate demand to tailor to their specific needs. These days, most products are designed with the ability for data to influence their performance and execute their operations. Current engineers must understand sensors, data storage and the intelligent processing of that data, as well as how it enriches product performance. Even something as simple as a toaster has temperature sensors to determine if the user is starting with a hot oven or a cold one and adjusts the toasting time accordingly. Engineers also need a baseline knowledge of data and analytics, very large-scale integrations and semiconductor design — which is even more valued in today's market given global shortages in this space and the impacts stretching across industries. Those with networking knowledge are becoming more appealing, too, as critical devices now need to report health checks and support information to the cloud-based services they're being housed on. Last but not least, those engineers who understand the decomposition, and re-composition, of products will continue to become increasingly invaluable to employers. The Role Of Sustainability Companies must appeal to a younger generation of climate-conscious engineers looking to work for responsible employers. The most attractive responsible employers will build their business plans around sustainability, measure their own progress and hold leaders accountable. There is a significant migration toward software and cloud in the industry, but hardware is still a vital part of product design and deployment. In this dynamic of hardware and software, environmental sustainability should be at the forefront for engineers — woven into every step of product road maps and the ongoing support of those products after deployment. The raw materials and supply chain needed to back a software-centric world create sustainability challenges, as do the communications networks and data centers that consume a tremendous amount of electricity to run and cool. Much more work needs to be done to improve power efficiency, and young talent wants to be at the front of this development. Embracing The Engineer's Career Journey Organizations must invest in building an inclusive workforce that will strengthen teams, improve performance via diversity of thought and widen the pipeline on our scarce resource: engineers. Open communication and innovative work-from-anywhere platforms will be the norm. Organizations must accept the reality that they won't be able to hire their way to success and should focus on a more holistic approach to their engineering talent pipelines. That said, at Capgemini Engineering, we recognize that it's highly unlikely that engineers will be with us for their full careers, but we embrace the fact that they will embark on new challenges and that other engineers will leave their positions to come work with us. Both my organization and society as a whole benefit when engineers move on to new opportunities, as the information and knowledge-sharing spreads to more people and makes the engineering field stronger. As technology leaders, it's our responsibility to create opportunities for access and skill development among the engineering community. Being adaptable to changing cultural and purposeful expectations, emerging technology capabilities and an ever-evolving market landscape will allow companies to tailor their businesses to embody the ideal environment for engineers to excel in their careers.
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