CCS Blog


How to Respectfully Let an Employee Go

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Construction Staffing

Layoffs are uncomfortable for everyone involved, not just the individual employee being let go. If your construction company has decided to lay off employees or terminate one specific worker, there are steps you can take to be respectful to the worker, as well as keep morale up, especially on a busy or stressful job site.… Read More »

Can I Get a Construction Job Without Experience?

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Construction Staffing

It’s not uncommon for a job site to have varying levels of experience. Some workers have been in the industry for decades, while others are just starting out. Each job you have performed in the past will have similarities and differences, even if the industries are completely different. Regardless, the construction industry is experiencing an… Read More »

Best Ways to Eliminate Payroll Headaches

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Construction Staffing

The surge in growth for the construction industry has brought with it many incredible successes, as well as unpredictable challenges. Staffing is one that falls into both categories. The job growth has made room for more skilled laborers and talented craftsmen to contribute to the team, but along with this comes many headaches due to… Read More »

CCS volunteers at Claire’s Army Golf Tournament

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CCS was proud to be a part of the 3rd Annual Claire’s Army Golf Tournament in Charlotte, NC on Monday September 21st. The golf tournament was held at Providence Country Club and focused on raising money to ease the daily burdens of those families entrenched in the Pediatric Cancer battle. For more details visit www.clairesarmy.org.… Read More »

Reasons Why Your Good Workers are Leaving

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Construction Staffing

When you start a new construction project, your reputation is on the line. You don’t start looking to hire mediocre employees; you want the best. However, in the middle of an important building project, losing a good worker can be a serious challenge, a roadblock to completing the job on time. Losing good employees will… Read More »

Is it Time to Grow Your Small Construction Business?

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Construction Staffing

Do you have construction projects lined up for the rest of the year? Do you have loyal clients who contract your small construction firm over and over again? Are your profits higher than ever, and your turnover the lowest it’s been in years? It might be time to consider growing your small construction business. Congratulations!… Read More »

Construction Project Manager: What You Need to Make a Great Salary

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Construction Executive

Construction project managers are some of the highest-paid professionals in the construction industry. Your ability to manage people and projects can serious impact the success of any construction company. That’s why good construction project managers are highly sought after; they bring in-depth knowledge of the construction industry, along with the ability to lead firmly and… Read More »

SIA Ranked CCS Construction as the 6TH Fastest Growing Staffing in the U.S.

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We are proud to announce that SIA (Staffing Industry Analysts) ranked CCS Construction Staffing as the 6th Fastest Growing Staffing Company in the U.S. In 2014, CCS Construction reported a revenue of 17.5MM and a 5 year growth rate of 60.8%.   “Being able to retain our employees, it allows us to provide a better… Read More »

Documenting Injuries Under OSHA’s Temporary Worker Initiative (TWI)

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Construction Staffing

When a company hires a contract employee or temporary worker through a staffing firm, there is a situation of joint responsibility. Both the recruitment agency and the host business are considered joint employers. This can make for some complicated and cloudy procedures when it comes to documentation about injuries and illness on the job. Since… Read More »