NGA Member Newsletter Mobile - 01/28/2019

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  • The Industry is Hiring a New Type of Glazier

    The Glass Advocate | Education, Advocacy and Technical Content from NGA
    The industry is hiring a new type of glazier, focusing more on candidates’ training potential than their experience. “Longevity and specific skillsets used to be the [ideal] when reviewing resumés,” says Sherri Blackledge, human resources manager for YKK AP America. “Now when looking at resumés, companies should be open to asking: ‘do they show evidence of the right kind of skillsets where we can train them for the job?’”

    Gone are the days when glazing contractors could hire from a veteran glazier pool. Instead, many companies today are bringing on inexperienced employees who show potential and training them on the job.

  • Glass Magazine Asks: Are You a Top Glass Fabricator?

    In its April 2019 issue, Glass Magazine—NGA's official publication—will present the Top Glass Fabricators Special Report offering a comprehensive view of the glass fabrication market in the United States and Canada. Members of the list will also be included on Glass Magazine's Top Glass Fabricator map, launched last year on

    In addition to the list of Top Glass Fabricators—based on annual sales volume—the report includes market statistics related to sales volume, product demand and acquisition plans, as well as a handful of projects featuring the Feats of Fabrication that made them possible.

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