The design & engineering industry has traditionally had a strong foundation of individuals providing services on a contract basis. Companies both small and large rely on these individuals to add either capacity or capability to their resource pool.
The UK Government’s latest IR35 ruling is turning the industry on it’s head.
Traditionally, when planning prototype build it is quite normal to schedule 4-5 weeks for manufacture of parts.
This year we have had Plastic Injection Mouldings tooled and produced in just 5 days, precision machined parts machined in just 1 full day and delivered by 9:00 am the next. How’s that for service?
At this time of year it is not uncommon for me to get phone calls and emails from students looking for industrial placements. They come from all sources including emails and phone calls from Germany, France and Spain right through to Asia. In the past I have even received emails from young people offering to work for nothing for
Last year we posted a blog about an inspirational social media campaign aimed at dispelling gender stereotypes in the engineering industry and encouraging more women and girls to consider a career in the sector. #iLookLikeAnEngineer The woman behind the #iLookLikeAnEngineer campaign is Isis Anchelee, a twenty-something software engineer based in San Francisco. She started the
At Warley Design we are keen supporters of the renewed focus on apprenticeships, following the 2015 pledge by the then Prime Minister David Cameron to create an extra 3million apprenticeships by 2020. A thorough understanding Both the directors at Warley went through 5-year craft apprenticeships within manufacturing environments and feel the shop-floor training they received gave them