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How to Foster Teamwork Among Your Construction Crew

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Managers are hard-pressed to find the perfect crew – every great leader wants to get the job done while avoiding conflict. Investing in your team’s harmony and wellbeing is a worthwhile cause. Here are a few things managers can do to foster good teamwork among their construction workers and how teamwork can actually improve productivity.  … Read More »

7 Reasons to Work with a Staffing Agency

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Are you looking for a new position? Trying to find the right job in this market can be more than a challenge. To gain access to new job leads and increase your chances at landing the right role, you may need to partner with a professional agency to aid your search. Here are our top… Read More »

10 Interview Questions to Ask to Find the Best Construction Candidates

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To determine the best fit for your construction crew, you’ll want to get enough valuable information on potential new hires. Let’s talk about the top ten important interview questions that employers should ask prospective construction candidates to determine whether or not they would be a good addition to their team.   1. Ready for the Basics?… Read More »

Innovative Tips & Tricks to Help You Be a Better Electrician

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You work as an electrician can help individuals and companies continue their essential operations. Any electrician in the field can benefit from some smart advice on stepping up their game. Here are some quick, innovative, and creative tricks that can help electricians do a better job in the field.   PVC and Tight Spaces   Working with… Read More »

Stay Healthy with National Handwashing Awareness Week

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Did you know the first week in December is National Handwashing Awareness Week? And, with COVID cases spiking around the country, keeping our hands clean is one of the best lines of defense. So, get your workplace involved and have everyone brush up on their handwashing knowledge. Why Handwashing Works When you wash your hands,… Read More »

CCS Construction Staffing Wins Best Places to Work 6th 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 6th 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 »

What to Expect From an Electrical Apprenticeship

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Are you considering electrical work for your future professional path? A career as an electrician can be rewarding, both personally and financially. But you need to do your research – you won’t be able to simply apply to an electrician job; you’ll need information and training. We can help you get started today – here’s… Read More »

8 Important Softskills for Plumbers

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Collaborating effectively out in the field doesn’t come easily to every plumber. To stand out in this industry, it’s not just about wrenches and labor – you need to show a different side of your professionalism. Softskills are the “people” skills that successful experts employ to show prowess, as opposed to hard skills like strength and dexterity.… Read More »

10 Ways to Improve Worksite Safety for Your Employees

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The hazards of a construction site can be numerous, especially if you’re not being careful. Employers should be implementing a number of different precautions, but it can be tough to know where to begin. To best protect your employees, here are CCS Construction Staffing’s top ten ways to improve safety on the worksite.   1. Establish a Clear… Read More »

The Importance of Communication for All Construction Jobs

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Communication seems simple enough, until you’re out on the job waiting for instruction. You do not want to be the one holding up the entire project because you don’t know what the next step should be. Communicating with leadership isn’t always as straightforward as it seems, especially in an unpredictable industry like construction. Communication done… Read More »