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Important Insights on How to Attract Millennials to Work in the Construction Industry

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Construction Executive

Millennials have a bad reputation: they’re lazy, they’re arrogant, and they need to be micromanaged. However, you won’t get by in any industry without rejecting these negative stereotypes and learning about the new professionals applying to join your team. While millennial workers tend to have a different approach than a Generation X or Baby Boomer… Read More »

Are You Using One of These Project Management Tools?

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Construction Staffing

  To master construction projects, efficiency is key. Any industry leader knows the importance of saving time and boosting productivity. One of the best ways to capitalize on your productivity is to embrace technology. There are so many tools that can aid in your efficiency on the job, and CCS Construction Staffing is here to… Read More »

CCS Construction Staffing Lands on the Fast 50 for the 7th Year in a Row

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The Charlotte Business Journal announced the honorees of the Fast 50 Awards — the fastest-growing private companies in Charlotte, NC. CCS Construction Staffing is honored to be recognized as one of the top 50 growing privately owned companies in Charlotte, North Carolina. This is the seventh consecutive year that CCS has been recognized for this… Read More »

Here Is Why an Apprenticeship is Crucial to Starting Your Construction Career

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So you’re ready to take the leap and begin your journey to become a top construction professional. Where to start? It can be intimidating to find out which methods will help you succeed, and how to determine the right path for you. As an industry leader in the Southeast, CCS Construction Staffing knows what it… Read More »

How to Stay on Schedule and Avoid Common Construction Delays

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The construction industry is full of unexpected twists and turns. It’s a dangerous business that can be held up by the smallest inconveniences. It takes a tough manager to keep the ball rolling in the face of tricky weather conditions, employee turnover, and budget cuts. As a professional, it can be difficult to stay on… Read More »

CCS Construction Staffing Wins Best Places to Work Third Year in a Row

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We are happy to announce that CCS Construction Staffing has won the Best Places to Work award by the Charlotte Business Journal for the third year in a row. The CBJ’s annual Best Places to Work award recognizes local companies that have struck a balance between bottom-line goals and what employees care most about —… Read More »

5 Tips to Deal With an Underproductive Employee

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Construction Staffing

Every manager has been there: dealing with the employee in the office who just doesn’t meet your standards. That worker who takes extra time grabbing water or on multiple coffee breaks. It can be enough to make you crazy, but you’re not ready to let them go. Don’t let this matter slide, a disengaged worker… Read More »

What Are the Most Wanted Skills Needed for High-Paying Construction Jobs?

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Construction Staffing

Any construction professional knows what it takes to stand out in the industry and capitalize on their abilities. Entry-level workers can learn the hard skills with some time on the job, but it takes dedication to become one of the elite construction experts in the industry. If you’re looking to make the transformation from novice… Read More »

How to Increase Productivity in Your Construction Company by Having Fun in the Workplace

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Construction Executive

Construction productivity, unlike some other industries, can be directly tied to profitability. If your people aren’t meeting their deadlines or completing tasks correctly, any project extension will cost your team. New technology and equipment leasing can add up, but the biggest way to save on your bottom line is to maximize the productivity of your… Read More »

Quick Guide on Managing Millennial Employees

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Construction Executive

The construction industry is going through undeniable changes – worker shortages, financial constraints, and the implementation of breakthrough technology. Any wise professional knows that the best way to embrace the future of the construction industry is to embrace the future of the workforce: millennials. This generation of the workforce includes all young adults born from… Read More »