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Proper Etiquette on Following up with Your Recruiter

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Construction Staffing

You know you nailed yesterday’s interview with that construction firm working on the new entertainment complex going up downtown. Your recent certifications really stood out and your past experience makes you an ideal candidate. Plus, you and the hiring manager bonded over your mutual love of golf, and were laughing and joking by the end… Read More »

CCS Construction Staffing ranked #8: in How to Reign Supreme in Queen City

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CCS Construction Staffing ranked #8 in the Inc. 5000 article How to Reign Supreme in Queen City? Ask These 10 Fast Growing Companies. “CCS Construction brought in $13 million in sales in 2013. A provider for contractors in the Southeast, CCS is the No. 20 fastest-growing Human Resources Company on Inc.’s list and seventh in… Read More »

Why Proper Training and Development of Employees Is Crucial

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Construction Executive

Have you ever found yourself staring at a stack of applications, wondering why your employees keep leaving? You’re not alone; many construction owners and job site superintendents have been there at least once. You keep bringing on new skilled workers, but in a few short months, the position is vacant again. The issue could be… Read More »

The Open Door Policy: The Importance of Communication between Management and Employees

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Construction Staffing

From construction sites to corporate offices, you’ve probably heard the term “open door policy” tossed around quite a bit. It seems pretty simple, right? Senior managers swing open theiroffice doorsso the staff can approach them with both job-related and interpersonal issues without fear or anxiety.However, a genuine open door policy can be pretty complex to… Read More »

6 Things To Remember For Your HR Compliance Audit

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CCS Construction Staffing

Even though we’re still in the throes of winter, many human resources departments will have to start their spring cleaning early. With the possibility of an audit right around the corner, HR professionals need to conduct a complete analysis of the past year’s records to make sure there’sno chance the company could be in the… Read More »

How Ethics and Transparency Can Translate to Results

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CCS Construction Staffing

On a job site, there can be no cutting corners – figuratively and literally. When you run your construction firm with strong ethics, your employees work harder and your company image stands taller. Being transparent with your clients, as well as your permanent and temporary employees, translates into an impressive reputation and increased revenue. But… Read More »

The True Cost Of An Employee: Things To Consider

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Construction Staffing

Over the years here at CCS Construction Staffing, we’ve seen tremendous growth in the companies we support. For many of these businesses, the need for highly skilled tradesmen comes quickly on a new job site project. Other construction firms coast along at a steady pace, occasionally needing extra skilled laborers or contract construction workers to… Read More »

CCS Construction Staffing ranked 12th Fastest Growing Company in Charlotte

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The Charlotte Business Journal’s annual Fast 50 Awards ceremony was held on Thursday, Dec. 4, at the NASCAR Hall of Fame. This was the fourth consecutive year that CCS Construction Staffing was recognized for this award. The CCS team was ecstatic that it climbed the list from #19 in 2013 to #12 in 2014. CCS’… Read More »

5 Reasons to Outsource Your Workforce

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Construction Staffing

You have a big job starting tomorrow, but as you watch smoke billow from the engine of your backhoe, you aren’t so sure when the project will get rolling. Business owners take a huge leap of faith when they branch out on their own. At CCS Construction Staffing, we’ve seen many industry leaders tackle complex… Read More »

Employment In Construction Industry Back On The Rise

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Construction Staffing

You don’t need us to tell you that the construction industry took quite a hit during the recession. You were there. You felt it and you lived it. More importantly, you survived it. Now as the recession continues to fade into memory, construction opportunities are becoming a stronger reality. The recession saw a significant exodus… Read More »