Posts Tagged: construction staffing

Quick Tips to Take the Stress Out of Change Orders

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Construction Staffing

If you flinch when you hear “change order”, we’ve been there. However, you might want to consider re-vamping your process. On a construction site, there are often last-minute alterations and final tweaks. However, any quality construction company should be able to handle charge orders effectively. When your organization is struggling with successful management of change… Read More »

Top Reasons to Consider a Pipefitting Career

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Construction Staffing

Whether you’re a young adult looking for a satisfying career path or a seasoned construction professional looking to embrace a specialty, we’re here to talk to you about becoming a pipefitter. Training as a skilled tradesperson will make you marketable and help you get a steady paycheck with challenging and interesting work each day. As… Read More »

Best Practices to Retain Your Best Construction Employees

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CCS Construction Staffing

Hiring great construction workers is only half the battle when it comes to having a great construction crew. You may find qualified candidates to join your team (especially if you utilize a top staffing agency), but the real challenge is retaining your staff members. The construction industry is facing a labor shortage across the country.… Read More »

How to Bridge the Generational Gap on Your Team

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Construction Staffing

  Millennials, Gen X, Baby Boomers: we’re living in a world of diverse personalities. It’s likely that your organization employs a mix of these three groups. Managing a complicated workforce is a skill that takes time to hone. To be an exemplary leader, you’ll need to understand your people and identify their needs in order… Read More »

How to Work Around the Labor Shortage

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Construction Staffing

  There’s no avoiding it — the recession ten years ago has had lasting impacts. Many workers that lost their jobs during the economic crisis did not return to the construction industry. Hiring managers are drawing talent from a small pool. Many construction professionals are aging out of the workforce, and the industry lacks fresh… Read More »

How to Reduce Turnover by Hourly Workers

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Construction Staffing

It can be difficult to find the right people for your work in the construction industry. Hiring great workers is only half the battle – the other half is retaining them. Keeping quality staff on your team is essential to productivity, as well as cultivating a positive reputation. You want to hire and train top-notch… Read More »

CCS Construction Staffing Wins Inavero’s 2016 Best Of Staffing Client Award

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Charlotte, North Carolina – April 5, 2016 – CCS Construction Staffing, a leading staffing agency in the construction industry announced today they have won Inavero’s Best of Staffing® Client Award for providing superior service to their clients. Presented in partnership with CareerBuilder, Inavero’s Best of Staffing Client winners have proven to be industry leaders in… Read More »

The Construction Industry Is Growing, but You Could Face Hiring Dilemmas

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Construction Staffing

Even though the construction industry is quite literally booming, many employers still face significant hiring challenges. Some construction firms are trying to regain ground against the competition, while others are dealing with a job seekers’ market. This means that many hiring teams have to sift through numerous interviews before finding a candidate who wants the… Read More »

4 Ways to Prevent Performance Bottlenecks on the Job Site

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Performance bottlenecks can be a major setback on any job site, resulting in production delays and loss of revenue. What’s worse, if these lags happen repeatedly, it could significantly impact your construction firm’s reputation. Bottlenecks in construction performance most often occur when workers have difficulty completing their tasks on time or when jobs overlap that… Read More »

Why Strong Ethics Is a Must in Human Resources

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Construction Executive

The path to a strong ethical workplace starts with human resources. Every contractor and job site manager knows that a construction site cannot run efficiently without strong ethics. Policies that promote ethical business practices keep skilled laborers, full-time workers and temporary employees safe on the job. Ethics also show clients that they can count on… Read More »