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Controlling Construction Costs 2/5: Expert Estimation

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For the next installment of our blog series on controlling construction costs, we’re talking expert estimation. Outside of your workers and keeping them safe, the most important thing to pay attention to during a construction project is the capital. Managing your money is critical to An accurate and educated cost assessment before a project begins… Read More »

Thriving in a Multi-Generational Workplace: How Can You Get Along with Everyone?

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In the workforce, it is inevitable that you will be working with a variety of people who are different ages. From 18-year-olds in Generation Z to Baby Boomers, there can be a huge divide in communication, expectations, and styles of efficiency. People of every age can provide value in different ways, so it’s important that… Read More »

CCS Construction Staffing Wins ClearlyRated’s 2020 Best Of Staffing Client Diamond Award For Service Excellence

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Diamond Award winners have won the Best of Staffing Award for at least 5 years in a row, consistently earning industry-leading satisfaction scores from their clients. Charlotte, NC- February 14, 2020 – CCS Construction Staffing, wins for a sixth consecutive year! CCS Construction Staffing a leading staffing agency announced today that they have won Best… Read More »

Safe Behaviors: Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention

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Slips, trips, and falls are a common type of accident in general industry. While management has a responsibility to make workplaces as safe as possible, employees also have a responsibility to report any hazards they find and to follow safe work practices to minimize risk. Follow the slip, trip, and fall prevention plan. Complete all… Read More »

How You Can Promote Diversity in the Workplace

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Diversity in the workplace is a large component of effective leadership and management. If you are not prepared to manage any type of person, you won’t be able to succeed with your team. Are you looking to bring your business up to speed, or expand your current horizons? Here’s how you can achieve this is… Read More »

The Training and Licensing Needed to Become a Plumber

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Would you hire a plumber without experience? Without training? Only if you’re looking for a mess! If you want to make your career in the construction industry, you’ll have to be prepared and armed with knowledge. It’s important to know what is needed as you start your plumbing career. This is what you will need… Read More »

Controlling Construction Costs 1/5: Inventory Management

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Supervising a construction team is tough, but minding your bottom line is the real challenge. CCS Construction Staffing has the insight your company needs to keep costs low and manage your operation effectively. For our series on 5 Strategies To Control Construction Costs, we go more in-depth on how important inventory management can play a role… Read More »

Building a Career in the Construction Industry? Follow These 5 Tips

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Some construction workers think that this life is all about going from job to job. Wiser professionals know that each role can connect you to your next career move. Charting a path in this industry can be challenging, but if you dedicate yourself to growth, you can step ahead of the competition. If you’re interested… Read More »

Ladder Safety

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Four rules cover safe use of ladders. They are: – Pick the right ladder for the job you are going to do. – Make sure the ladder is in good condition. – Set up the ladder correctly. – Work safely on the ladder.   Let’s examine these rules one at a time.   Pick the… Read More »

A Better Work-Life Balance Begins with Management

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Is your crew complaining that they are working too many hours or coming to work exhausted? It’s crucial that you set the tone appropriately for your worker’s work-life balance. For your team to survive and thrive in the tough construction industry, you’ll need to coach your people on how to function for the long haul.… Read More »