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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 »

Where to Focus Your Energy If You Want to be a Construction Foreman

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Construction Executive

A construction foreman is an essential element of a successful job site. They are managers typically in direct contact with construction workers, and so must be able to communicate well with people in positions above and below. A foreman’s exact job responsibilities depend on the type of construction project, as well as their individual training… Read More »

What to Expect in the Construction Industry in 2016

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Construction Staffing

With the start of 2016, it’s clear that this changing construction industry requires adaptable employees. New technology and high-tech equipment mean that temporary and permanent employees have to come in with a strong foundation and develop new skills if they want to excel. More than any other industry, construction must look toward the future if… Read More »

Can You Spot a Top Performer?

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CCS Construction Staffing

Any construction business owner will tell you – job responsibilities, for both temporary workers and permanent employees, are far more complex with new technology and innovations in building materials. Your top performers need to have the the skills to work this high-tech equipment and the knowledge to adapt when new ones roll in. In order… Read More »

Behaviors That Contribute To Accidents

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Accidents occur for many reasons. While your employer has the ultimate responsibility for providing a safe workplace, you must also do your part to prevent accidents. Consider the behaviors described below. Avoiding these behaviors can help prevent accidents and keep you safe on the job. □ Taking shortcuts: Every day we make decisions we hope… Read More »

Should You Hire an Electrician Who is Not Personable?

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Construction Staffing

On a busy construction site, anyone can be a candidate for a job opening, but we know it takes more than just anyone to make sure the job gets done. This is especially true for skilled tradesmen with essential tasks that can impact other workers’ progress and the construction project as a whole – like… Read More »

Will a Certification Help You Get a Management Position?

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Construction Executive

When you apply for the job opportunity of a lifetime, do you want to have the minimum qualifications or the preferred qualifications? If you want to stand out from the other applicants, then you’ll want both the experience and knowledge that the other applicants lack. That means while you may not need additional certification, it… Read More »

Fire Safety: Flammable Liquids

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Flammable liquids (such as fuels, solvents, and cleaning products) can ignite with explosive force causing extensive property damage injury, disability or death to anyone nearby. Every year we read in the newspaper about someone being burned or killed as a result of the accidental ignition of flammable liquids Flammable liquids must be stored in approved… Read More »

How to Thicken Your Skin

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Construction Staffing

Construction is hard work, period. No matter what your role or job title may be, working in construction can test your mental and physical strength, endurance and fortitude. Not to mention your ability to work with others, operate extremely technical equipment and think quickly on your feet). There’s no doubt about it – you have… Read More »