CCS Construction Staffing was invited to attend the Inc. 5000 Conference and Awards Ceremony hosted by Inc. Magazine in Phoenix, Arizona from October 15 – October 17. CCS celebrated with other nominees and their remarkable achievements during the three day conference that included open panel discussions, networking events, and inspirational speeches by CEO and founder… Read More »
CCS Construction Staffing had the opportunity to attend ASA Staffing World by the American Staffing Association in Washington, D.C. We were pleased to have been part of this convention and learned a lot. We can’t wait to do it all over again next year.
Skilled laborers and tradesmen take on contract and temporary positions for a variety of reasons. Some need the flexibility to handle other responsibilities, such as family or education. Others trying to combat high unemployment or a weak economy, supplement their search for permanent employment with temporary jobs. Whatever your reasons, temporary jobs can pose an… Read More »
Why do we work? How you answer that question tells a lot about what you value. Some people will answer, “because I have to,” and some people will say, “because I need the money.” Those reasons are true, and valid for all of us in some way, but they don’t have to be the top… Read More »
The North Carolina Association of Electrical Contractors (NCAEC) held its annual Golf Tournament in Greensboro. We had an opportunity to enjoy a day in the sun and connect with fellow contractors in a friendly Ladder Golf game.
On September 20, 2014 CCS Construction Staffing was honored to be a sponsor of the first annual No Kid Hungry dinner here in Charlotte, NC. The event was hosted by Mimosa Grill in order to raise awareness towards Child Hunger in the United States, in which one in five children are affected. No Kid Hungry… Read More »
When it comes down to fair pay for construction jobs, contractors, superintendents and skilled workers need to know their rights. In the U.S., state and federal governments require construction industry employers to provide their workers with specific benefits. The Fair Labor Standards Act zooms in on tradesmen’s rights, ensuring that they receive overtime pay, rest… Read More »
Temp-to-hire positions let candidates explore job opportunities without committing to a long-term placement. These situations are a great way for construction employees to decide if a company or job site is the right fit for them. It also gives contractors a chance to get to know contract workers, to see how they work with their… Read More »
Recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics shows that the construction industry accounts for more than 1,000 deaths and nearly 400,000 injuries across the nation each year. Can you afford to slack off on your safety practices? It takes planning and dedication to identify the challenges and create awareness of hazards on… Read More »
Studies show that morale is directly related to productivity. If morale is down, production goes down, and vice versa. This can hit particularly hard in the construction industry, where you have to battle equipment malfunctions, delayed shipments, rain, mud and whatever else nature decides to throw your way. When morale starts to sink, both permanent… Read More »