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What You Need To Think About During a Labor Shortage

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Construction Staffing

                The American construction industry is in disarray. There are tons of projects across the country demanding trained professionals. However, the labor shortage is hurting national productivity. Spending on construction projects exceeds 1 trillion dollars, between housing developments and commercial builds. But nothing gets built without a solid… Read More »

Top Skills Employers Look For in HVAC Technicians

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Construction Staffing

Developing the skills to become a talented HVAC takes time and experience in the industry. Completing training is a big step in the HVAC world, but it’s not the only necessary stepping stone on your journey. When you’re seeking a great HVAC position, you’ll need to prove yourself. Here are the top skills employers seek… Read More »

A Look Into How to Calculate Man Hours and Profits on Projects

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Construction Staffing

Productivity is the essence of the construction industry. The faster you can get a job done, the more money you can make. Clients rely on professionals that can execute tasks quickly and efficiently. One of the most expensive parts of a project is typically labor costs. Hiring the right trades, scheduling them on site: it’s… Read More »

Online Construction Courses Can Help Grow Your Career

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While working in construction, you’ll find dozens of challenges each day that will keep you on your toes. Between the demands of outdoor work and the variety of skills required for a given job, you may feel like there’s more to learn. We’re here to tell you how online construction courses can help you stand… Read More »

Benefits of Working with CCS Construction to Staff Your Construction Jobs

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Construction Staffing

Whether you’re in the office or on-site, you need to maximize your productivity. Construction is a fast-paced industry, and you need to be twice as prepared for any issues that may come your way. You’ll need to use every tool available to succeed whether you’re a small-scale operation or a top-tier developer. You need CCS… Read More »

Insider Tips on How to Write the Best Professional Construction Resume

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Construction Staffing

                The first step to any job search in the construction industry is a proper resume. A common misconception among people who don’t understand our line of work: it’s informal, so you don’t need to list out your skills. This simply isn’t true. These days, construction managers need… Read More »

Quick Tips to Take the Stress Out of Change Orders

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Construction Staffing

If you flinch when you hear “change order”, we’ve been there. However, you might want to consider re-vamping your process. On a construction site, there are often last-minute alterations and final tweaks. However, any quality construction company should be able to handle charge orders effectively. When your organization is struggling with successful management of change… Read More »

Qualities You Need to be a Construction Project Manager

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Construction Executive

Taking that next step to becoming a construction project manager is an ambitious choice. Not every worker in this industry can handle the pressures of this role. It takes years of experience and some special abilities to perform in a management role, especially in construction. CCS Construction Staffing knows the ins and outs of this… Read More »

Top Reasons to Consider a Pipefitting Career

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Construction Staffing

Whether you’re a young adult looking for a satisfying career path or a seasoned construction professional looking to embrace a specialty, we’re here to talk to you about becoming a pipefitter. Training as a skilled tradesperson will make you marketable and help you get a steady paycheck with challenging and interesting work each day. As… Read More »

REPORT: Construction Hiring Slump Persists – Is Upskilling to Blame?

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CCS Construction Staffing

A new report shows that upskilling is a highly practiced trait throughout the hiring process, but this practice is causing some serious consequences in many industries. The low unemployment makes it hard enough to bring in qualified construction recruits. Now, upskilling done in the post-recession economy has left few specialized workers available for your most… Read More »