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Onboarding and Training

By Bill Spencer,­­ Supervisor of Research & Development You never forget your first day at a new job. Often remembered because it marks the start of a new chapter in life, but also because – let’s face it – the first day at a new job is stressful. There’s always a little anxiety on both […]

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Our Culture: Promoting from Within

By Philip Chen, Manager of Research & Development At CNUC, we firmly believe in developing our employees and have always publicized that culture of promoting from within. During the recent overhaul of the CNUC website, the marketing team and I updated the management team bios. While looking them over, that culture became extremely evident. Almost […]

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Consulting Utility Forester Session

Jessica Critchett is a lead consulting utility forester (CUF) with CNUC, working in Tennessee. She joined CNUC in 2014 and has been in her current role since 2016. On January 5, 2018, Randall H. Miller (RHM), CNUC’s director of research, development and industry intelligence, sat down with Jessica (JC) to discuss her career in the […]

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CNUC Employees Attend Chainsaw Safety Training with Wolf Tree

On July 12, Regional Supervisor Scot Carraway and CUFs Reid Ailey, Ian Quilliams, Michaela Schuyler, Austin Varnell and Johnny Yother attended a chainsaw safety training conducted by Wolf Tree. The CNUC team was thankful for Lead CUF Jason Benton who handled customer service requests for Electric Power Board so that the rest of the team […]

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Training and Development Initiatives: Communication is Key

By Amanda Smith, Project Training Coordinator In 2016, CNUC experienced its largest growth in company history. This was a year filled with new contracts and expansion of existing business. One may ask, how does a growing company maintain the expertise of its valued employees, while disseminating knowledge to develop new experts in the field? For CNUC, […]