Nuclear – The Benchmark for Discipline and Rigor

I have been in the nuclear industry now for more than 38 years.  Of all the things this industry has taught me is that our nuclear industry is the worlds benchmark for discipline and rigor. To some, discipline and rigor may imply stubborn or inflexible, but those in our industry know that simply is not […]

Callum Thomas, CEO, Speaks about Human Resources in the Nuclear Industry

  Callum Thomas, CEO, Thomas Thor Associates, speaks with the World Nuclear Association about the current landscape of human resources in the nuclear industry.

KeySource HCI and Thomas Thor Announce Merger

News Release January 3, 2017 HUDSON, Ohio – Thomas Thor Associates, B.V. and KeySource HCI, LLC announce that as of January 1, 2017 they are merging their nuclear industry business interests in the Americas and forming a new company called KeySource Thomas Thor, LLC.  KeySource Thomas Thor will be focused on providing executive recruiting and […]

Providing Talent Solutions that will Ensure the Success of the Nuclear Promise Initiative

KeySource HCI is playing a major role in improving efficiency with performance-based outcomes in talent delivery.  We are committed to adapting our services to meet the demands of this promised nuclear future. The U.S. nuclear energy industry is launching a multiyear initiative with a promise not only to continue to generate electricity safely and reliably […]

Donald Dracon Joins KeySource Leadership Team

April 27, 2016 Hudson, Ohio – KeySource, Inc. is pleased to announce that Donald (Don) Dracon has joined the firm as Executive Vice President (EVP). Dracon will take on management responsibilities in KeySource’s expanding portfolio of services to companies in the nuclear energy sector.  As EVP, Dracon will have business development and executive management responsibilities […]

The Power Industry – new hot job market or an industry unprepared to compete for a new generation of skilled workers?

America’s power and utilities organizations are facing a rapidly evolving workforce.  About 40 percent of the workforce at America’s electric and natural gas utilities will be eligible for retirement in the next five years with about 20 percent currently eligible.  There are ways to capture the knowledge lost as seasoned workers leave as well as […]

Can Recruiters Really Help?

What does all of this mean for the many utility companies searching for top talent at a time when the talent pool is rapidly shrinking?  Excellent talent is both harder and more time consuming to locate and an Executive Recruiting Firm that knows both the Utility Industry and the Nuclear Power Sector offers the  best […]